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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... in the back. If they don't own a cart then the mule is laden with goods on it's back. Fences that exist are made of stones gathered from the fields then piled onto each other. They are used mainly around crops to keep animals out. Irrigation is very interesting, mainly hand dug ditches that can channel the water to where it's needed, these can then be opened or shut using mud and stones. Clothing is still quite traditional, particularly with the ...
... but been then one can't get the true picture. There is a large long area full of fresh seafood that you can go to to choose your dinner. There is also a greenhouse where they grow seasonal vegetables and also new plants for the garden. They will pack up a picnic and take you off somewhere private. There is also surfing, kayaking and golf, but I think a day around the pool for us ...
... being offered mainly sea items; fish, crabs, oysters, spikey things; then on to quad bikes, kite sufing, grilled chicken morrocan salad on the beach. We get confused when asked how much weight of chicken we want so avoid this. I'm yet to see my bike ride past me so hopefully it's still in someones back garden. Our profiteering host makes us a tagine and we also stumble across the infamous Mustaffa on the beach. He insists on ...
... were 1-2 meters high.
The next day, we rented 3 boogie-boards at really nice guy's place. They were a blast! I also got really good waves and I felt good at it. On a normal wave, I might go 75 meters at least!! Some of the waves were even 3 meters tall!!!
I have had a blast learning to surf and wish you were all here, too.
... his English and appreciates being spoken to as apparently
tourists here are typically not too friendly. He is one of the guys
that taught kite surfing to my brother and Kara, so I got to spend
enough time to feel safe enough to accept his invitation. Very
fascinating to listen to. He seems very cool and open minded, yet is
quite entrenched in his religion and culture. I learned that it is
quite common and and seemingly widely accepted for young men here ...