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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... 8220;folk” Islamic, now the women are quickly being covered up and the mosques are bigger and more fundamental. It is as if the satellite dishes facilitated the spread of fundamentalism – not the intention of the King at all. It is hard to get a picture without a veiled woman or an electric pole in the way. I feel that we are experiencing the country on the cusp of a major change. Ironically, despite more modern conveniences, we can’t get ...
... doing that whole, it's terrible, we both know but we won't make a thing of it. I look over to Jed as I'm just pushing my bones around trying to find the meat and he's polishing off his last mouthful. Later in the car he tells me how great the Lunch was. "Are you being sarcastic? Did we eat at different restaurants?" "No, it really was great, the meat was so tender and no fat" "Right, so I just got all the fat!" "I'm glad I know now and not then, I wouldn't have wanted to share it!" ...
... with it's back legs - throwing you forward again. After succeeding the first task, we set off into the Sahara, with essentially no idea where we were going, how long we would be riding for, and who exactly we were being led by... but that didn't phase us! It's a bit difficult to get comfortable when riding a camel because you're constantly being thrown back and forth as they take big steps up and down sand dunes, and buy were we sore in the morning! We all named ...
... enjoying their day of freedom, actually.
Our first stop was the little town of Ifran. This was built by the French, during their occupation, to resemble a French skiing village. It does! But it's gained the name Little Switzerland because of the chalets and the snow capped peaks. Loads of people had made the trek here for the day. We had a short stop for a wander around and a coffee and then got back on the road, long way to ...
... for sunrise. I see why Khalid kept saying it was difficult. OMG, my thighs were screaming just after a few steps. It was super steep and I kept sinking into the sand. With the help of our guides we all made it to the top. A blanket was spread out for us to sit on while we waited. Here Comes the Sun! Wow! That was definitely worth getting up at 4:00 AM! The colors on the sand were amazing. I wasn’t anticipating that. We lingered a ...