Le Flouka Auberge et Restaurant du Lac
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... its capacities, so we ignored the track and went off-road, a bit like they do in the Paris to Dakar rally. We shared another of those breathtaking moments when the rolling sand hills appeared on the horizon; we all felt a sense of unreality and great excitement. At the kasbah we decided not to go out to the desert camp, as blacker clouds were forming in the east. We arranged for an early morning camel ride out the next day instead to see the sunrise. I had a quiet word ...
... faces, pulling at us, trying to force us to by things, eat at their stalls or demanding money. We have had that before in plenty of other places but not to the extent that we experienced tonight. It became quite overwhelming and stressful and we felt quite pleased to have gone with two other people from our group. We were all very happy to leave that market place behind, but all felt it was ...
... Clear warm sunny day and we took our tour guide's advice and enjoyed a seafood lunch at the cafe Sinatra on the second floor of a building giving us gorgeous views along the distant coastline. After lunch we visited the relatively new Hassan 2nd mosque built only 10 years ago at a cost of $835US to build. It is the 3rd largest mosque I the world so was really impressive perched on a rocky outcrop over the Atlantic Ocean. ...
... with intricate wood and mother of pearl inlays, which is very similar to the table we purchased in Syria four years ago. It is fun to see how similar the designs are from two countries that are relatively far away from each other. Of course, this is not surprising, given the tremendous amount of trading that goes on in this region of the world.
The souks are busy, and full of people, but all of this is relatively tame compared to what we encounter in ...
... lead us up the pass regardless.
It was an easy enough walk leading up the winding road and enroute we noticed another larger group obviously making their way up to the pass but obviously following the actual trail. So where the road and path crossed closely together we changed from the road onto the trail proper for what would turn out to be the last 20-30 minutes up the pass.
At the top of the pass you are treated not only views back to Toubkal but ...