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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
A long day of travelling. Up early to get the 9.30 bus to Tarifa. Cool morning, the drive took about three hours through flat countryside. We met a young South Korean girl who had been travelling for about six months by herself, loved India, found Europe pleasant but 'missing something', so decided to journey into Africa to find that thing. Bright, gutsy and optimistic, she had no real end to her travels in sight. Timing was perfect, as we pulled into the port with only a ...
... just as it is supposed to. Far below, I could spot Mark in his white top. Then the wind started up again blowing fine sand off the top of the ridge like sea spray. One guy who had come from a camp on the other side was busy coughing his guts up after the sand had got in his lungs. He lived to tell the tale!
Before the sun had completely disappeared, I started back down, running with high leaps diagonally down the front ...
One of the highlights of our Moroccan trip was our 3 day excursion towards the desert of Merzouga, driving through gorges, valleys and kasbah's Though this is in no way an easy or relaxing trip, it was well worth it. But before you choose it, be warned that it includes 4 hours of camel ride on sand dunes, requiring strong legs and arms to hold on, as well as an anything but deluxe stay in a nomad camp in the desert. ...
I was awoken this morning by the prayers from the mosque roughly half a block away. At 4:20 am and 5:45 am I hear the prayers being spoken so loud it's as if they were coming from the ear buds of my headphones. Needless to say, it was a little more than difficult to fall back asleep since I needed to be up at 6am anyways so I was ready for my pick up to the Sahara.
So as it stands I have 50 dirham left for the next few days however my understanding was that I only needed to cover ...