La Perle du Draa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Mustafa was once again right on time and collected us at 7am for the long drive to Zagora and our long awaited camel ride. We did not expect the journey to be quite that long of a drive, it had to be the longest mountain pass that We have been through, about 4 hours through the Atlas mountains, all hairpin bends!! A bit scary at times when you have a massive tour bus coming the other way. Then you have people passing and the small narrow roads, throw in a random person walking, ...
Yesterday's scenery as well as some of today's is brought to you by The Draa Valley. A desert plateau beyond the hills of black rock and steep canyons. Flat and desolate, rocky and dead....yet beautiful in its own right. The towns are unassuming - which are convenient for short stops, but Zagora is the most convenient base for exploring the region. It is the arid barren area between jagged mountains and dunes. It is where we are spending the night before we ...
... live simply, I haven't experienced the level of poverty anywhere here I've seen other places (Mexico, Costa Rica, Belize). This is the first time on the trip that I had a sense of that.After leaving this area, we (finally) made it to our hotel after a long day of traveling. (We left our Berber camp this morning at 8:00 AM, and reached our hotel at 6:00 PM. Ugh.) It seems like tonight is Shannon's turn to catch the sickness I had last night, so we're going to call it an early ...
... went on around me such as 'What does the FSA actually do?', 'Who else from the 70s and 80s could be on the 'Jimmy Savile' list?' and 'How many different talking Jaz dolls can we think up to relay his rude catch phrases to the rest of the world?'. Back to blisters.....in a minute.
By now there had been a revolt in camp. A revolting revolt I'm afraid. Yes we're back to bowels. It had been suggested by a majority of ladies that one of the 3 'toilet' tents bear ...
Day 056: 6 hours, 3.3 kms
My visit to Tagnouite is completely unintentional. I have less than a day to get from Zagora to Mhamid Ghizlane, the "end of the road" town and back, so I'm a bit pressed for time. But the collective taxi only goes so far as Tagnouite… from there, I’m told I have to catch another collective taxi to Ghizlane. I’m a little nervous about making so many changes in the middle of ...