Domaine de l'Arganeraie
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Banquet room
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... wind surfing and kite surfing are popular, in addition to camel and horse rides. We did not participate in any of these activities, since we will be riding camels in the Sahara desert next week. We ended up in a marsh area where I saw my first wild flamingos! This had been on my bucket list for Morocco, so I was extremely excited when we happened upon them by accident. Unfortunately, we were not very close to them so I couldn't get a good photo of them, but I ...
... with the slimey buggers! Then there were the monkeys dressed up in clothes and being dragged along on a leash. Made me sad and I wanted to take them all to the congo with me to be friends with Gary and Fifi. So I was rather unimpressed and it was holy **** cold so i found a restaurant and had some tea and tried very hard to waste those hours! In the end i made my way to the train station and wasted the time there. I then spent 10 hours on the train ...
... beach, alongside a stream, though a tangle of bushes, over a blue bridge, and then there was the Jimi Hendrix cafe with its Jimi Hendrix wall murals and Jimi Hendrix music playing. What fun! The old patron of the place told us that Jimi had been here back in 1968, had eaten here and got stoned here. As a consequence this place was now a shrine to Jimi Hendrix.
We sat at a table in the sun, drinking and munching, though the exceedingly tiny portions ...
... a certain time and I wasn’t even sure I would end up making it here..
I’m not sure I need to see any more of Morocco than I will see on my way back across to Nador. With a companion there is more pressure to see more for both sakes, but somehow because there is always much more to see, perhaps it is just too overwhelming at times.
As the 'wee fee’ as it ...
... were no lights. It was so much quicker than walking thro' the centre of the medina.
The bus was more basic than the coveted CTM service used by many travellers (that tend to be more reliable, higher standards and fares etc), but the company had better night travel times and I was happy to pay for less. Some seats didn't recline, but I simply swapped seats, got out my little prized cushion and got some sleep.