La Gazelle d'Or
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
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... and oranges, each shade shifting over the peaks and troughs of the dunes as the sun rose further in the sky. Undulating as far as the eye could see, the ridges ebbed and flowed, a vast ocean of flaming waves catching the glow of the sun.
We left the snakes to wake up and slither out of their hiding places and stumbled back down to the baked ground below. Here we had a simple breakfast as the sun continued its path higher into the sky, every now and again ...
... by noon tomorrow, we would not have had much time to explore anyway
Not Just Any Ol' Motel
We got back in the car and circled Taroudannt's tall city wall and some markets we whizzed by looked interesting. We continued on out of town and hoped to find a place to stay soon. Orange orchards lined the road on both sides. We were approaching the national park boundary and ...
... 8230; I suddenly feel like my little hike from Tamaloukt to Assaka is nothing compared to exploring I could do way up the mountains… Maybe someday.
But there is something I must still do. There’s no way I can leave Ha Imoules without doing my parkbench concert—even though this may be a difficult concept for Elhusein to understand. I tell him I’d like to find a quiet place to ...
Day 093: 4 hours, 8.0 kms
There's another revisit that I must do, but this one is up in the mountains and I don’t know exactly where it is. I’ve tried to find it on Google Maps and on my Morocco paper map with no success. The town is "Assaka". I went there back in 2002 with my some friends and relations—an unforgettable trip… and I know I have to at least try to go back ...
... it seem is full, I start have a less than rosy impression of Taroudant. I also notice that there really don’t seem to be hardly any traditional homes like in almost all the other old medinas in Morocco—all the house are your typical 21st century finished cinderblock homes painted earthy red. I even wonder if this should even qualify as an “Old Medina.”… just because there’s a wall around it ...