La Perle du Draa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... stars; that's how hard my head is.....
We stop for a lesson in civil engineering, the urban infrastructure of khettaras!
In Afghanistan khettaras are called "Kiraz", in Iran "quanat", in Algeria "fouggara", in Yemen "Aflaj", in China "karez" and in Syria "kanawat". "Khettaras" is the term used in Morocco.
Khettaras are constructed as a series of well-like vertical shafts, connected by ...
... it turns out that he offered Fatima one thousand camels for me to become his second wife, he is allowed four of them. When this was shared with me it cracked me up and made me think of the jokes said about this very thing at work before I left. when we had stopped to take some panoramic photos, Musafa asked me if I would accept his proposal. naturally I go along with it, its hilarious. Besides, I wanted to see what mums garden looks like with all of those camels in her back ...
I am feeling a bit dodgy this morning and I don't think it has to do with trying to sleep in a tent with 39 other people last night whilst the wind tried to take the big top over the Wall Mountains. I took Immodium last night just in case (forgive me talking about bowels but they do have rather an impact in such situations) despite not being all out loose. There is no cramping but I am feeling tired and a little nauseous. So either I am low on corticosteroids or I am ...
... goats and camels. Now they’ve become more sedentary, some obtaining land along the fertile Draa Valley and becoming farmers, others travelling to the city in search of work, others relying on tourism for a living—but they’ve still maintained their cultural distinction.
Here in Tignouite, are some of the last patches of cultivated plots… and even these I suspect go barren during the dry spells. ...
... To the southeast, is a vast open plain with a vast swath of green is line with swaths of barren tan.
Down below to my right is a large wall walled in cemetery—a Jewish cemetery I’m told… a relic of another time in history, when a large number of Jews lived peacefully among the people here—even creating their own dialect unique to the Jews of this ...