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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Kids pool
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... and sand was blowing everywhere. (It's not always like this). We were all wearing our shesh. We had to wear glasses or sunglasses to keep the sand out of our eyes. I'm sure a genuine sandstorm is much worse, but it gave us a taste of what it could be like. The ride was about 50 minutes in total, but had a break halfway through, in the middle of nowhere, to take pictures and watch the sun set. I'm sure a genuine sandstorm is much worse, but it gave us a taste of what ...
... gather on certain days for a frenzy of buying and selling. We could always tell there was a souk ahead by the procession of laden donkeys, trucks tilting under stacked mattresses or hard ware, lorries of livestock, and donkeys and carts with families balancing on top of their wares on the way to town.The air in the crowded souks is pungent from the smell of heaped, colourful spices and animal parts dangle from hooks outside the butcher’s shops. ...
... after the couscous came a tagine then fresh fruit.
During lunch we were told about ancient stone carvings about an hours walk away and were asked if we wanted to go and have a look. It was something that we were all keen to do and Ahmed was to accompany us, just as we set out a young Australians couple, Katie and Carmel from Perth arrived and decided to join us. We learnt so much about Berber life ...
... was sat underneath on the sand. It's a Berber speciality and it was delicious. There was an amusing moment when Sayed asked me to go and retrieve my camel that had wandered off, he handed me a stick and rushed back off to go and help with dinner preparations. He honestly expected me to go and successfully retrieve a huge stubborn camel. Everyone watched as I pleaded with him to come and pointed in the direction I wanted him to go in, occasionally holding up my ...
... bongo drums going!! Toileting was fun in the dunes!! Not the best for Sean ........ Absolutely loved the experience and so glad we didn't stay at the huts on the edge! We had to wake really early as the sun rose at 530, as the guide wanted to have us on the camels at 6 so we could watch the sun rise! Sean was feeling a little better thank goodness. Anyway started headed back slowly towards the main camp area was a little quicker and only took about 1 1/2 hours. Certainly had a ...