Maison Arabo Andalouse
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... just been told she'd eaten 'meat soup', the man then kept saying 'carne' over and over again. A nightmare for Anna but funny for the rest of us. (Larrasoaña, Spain). 13. Uninitiated to the ways of tapas culture, but excited by the vast array of tasty bite-sized treats laid out in front of us, we excitedly order 16 plates of tapas and devoured them all in less than 15 minutes. When our English friend Goodie gets up and starts to order round 2, the perplexed man behind ...
... in the field of travel. It was launched in 2012 with the objective of taking adventurous visitors off the beaten track to experience the beauty and unique character of Morocco. Flexible, friendly, and focussed on your objectives and requirements, Toubkal traveling provides a complete service for all styles of journey around one of the Moroccan's most appealing travel destinations.
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We arrive to Mezourga after 12 hours by bus. When we arrive, the bereber ( the people who lives in a desert ) lend us a camel for each one. Then, we and our camels start a route to dunes of the desert. Two hours later we arrive to haima's ( is a place in a desert like a big camping tent where the people eat and sleep ). Around midnight the berebers talked about histories of the desert wolfs and ...
... to walk away they think you are haggling over the price so they start lowering their price and following you....there is no such thing as window shopping in Marakesh.....near the huge mosque that dominates the centre of town a " very nice man" offered to show us around for only the equivalent of $5 .....we knew there would be more to this fantastic bargain...but we also did not have a clue where anything was and the town was looking like a giant rabbit warren to us....SO...call ...
... them. They told us we were lucky they just stole from us and helped us with a description of the bike for our police report. As we were standing there the adrenaline died off the shock set in, we all commented how our knees were shaking. We headed back to the hotel and asked them what the best thing was to do and tried to scope out if the police were corrupt at all. He told us to go straight to the police station and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting