Kasbah du Toubkal
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
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... Riad in a smaller village above Imlil. We had brilliant views down the valley from the deck area, and on Thursday when we arrived we had a lovely traditional lunch. There were 2 other couples as well who were on a day trip who joined us. Later in the afternoon, we went for a 1 hour walk around the hillside and circled around through a small village, giving us a good feel for the place. It was steep most of ...
... pathetic body off the warm tiles and backward into a spiral that has both hammam water pipes and my previous life flashing in unison before my eyes.
Suddenly, another bucket of hot water splashes over me and he's gone! And there I am, face down on the warm tile, babbling miserably to myself, all the dirt and skin of 20 years gone - along with any courage and self-protective wisdom gained in the same time. Gone. All gone.
Gotta do this ...
The journey up to the maintains was a pretty interesting trip it turns out there had been some freak weather in the mountains that hadn't been seen for 30 years. This lead to the river that came down from the atlas to marrakech bursting it's banks and flooding roads and washing away banks. We could tell it was pretty extreme as all along the road villagers were at the road side just watching the river rush past.
Our destination was ...
... But no birds! Back to the Lodge for a shower (quite warm this time!) and a rest before dinner. What really struck me was the lack of hospitality - no tea or coffee before or after a meal except at breakfast. It really is a bit disappointing. However, it was a pleasant day and warm with sun for much of the time. Tuesday We set off down the mountain from the Lodge and, after quite a while, the rugged red, sparsely vegetated peaks gave way to a softer limestone ...
... do it. I don;t know exactly what time it was that we arrived but it must have been early as we have been clicking our heels a bit trying to find things to do for much of the day. Things like throwing rocks at targets and looking for interesting rocks! Colin is our in-house geologist who we can refer our finds to. This afternoon has clouded over again so we might expect thunder for another night. 21.17 - Although it has been nice to have ...