La Perle du Draa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... gates. Apparently, there was a problem. We were unable to stay there. Fortunately, Mohammed knew of a lovely little 4* place just around the corner and so we took our leave. Our new hotel turned out to be an oasis for weary, frazzled and overheated travellers. Stacey had begun to show signs of catching the plague that had been afflicting me for the last few days and so retreated to the cool darkness of the room. The two signs I needed to see more than anything were present: pool and bar. ...
... the foot of the wonderful huge ochre dunes.
We found the Ouzina Rimal fabulous. For us, our stay proved to be one of our very special world travel experiences. We would highly recommend both the trip to, and the accommodation at the Ouzina Rimal (www.ouzinarimal.com). It was the perfect venue for a unique "out of body desert experience"!
Our trip to Zagora would take us south and almost parallel to the ...
... and laughing and enjoying our strong tea until they called us to tell us dinner was ready. In the dining tent 2 big round tables had been set up for dinner with a huge chicken tagine placed on each. It tasted amazing and the chicken was lovely and tender, it was so filling too. We made our way over to the lit campfire where Mustafa and two other men waited for us. They played music as we danced around the fire – then taught us how to play their ...
... long trip, during darkness, after sunset. But it came in useful on the way back, the next morning.
One and a half hours on a camel, travelling at 4mph, is a long tedious journey, once the novelty of riding a camel has worn off, and travelling at night, with just the stars as company, can only make it magical for so long.
But it was well worth the trip. We arrived, at the Berber tents, very dark, with just a few lamps surrounding the tents as ...
... upload a fair amount of photos using the wifi. The bus drive was so uncomfortable as we were all so sore from the camel! Drove past the trees which goats climb and are used to make Argan oil. When we got to Agadir we visited somewhere that sold it - both cooking and cosmetic - and I bought a bottle of cosmetic but didn't go for a massage... Student budget! Got to the hotel and went for a swim which felt sooo good, as did the shower ...