Hotel Nomad Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... middle and there were even toilets. When we arrived we spent some time with Sayed and had some Arabic writing lessons using the sand. We then decided to make our way up the dunes to have some desert fun on foot, we ended up spending hours running down the dunes, flipping off them, doing handstands and generally having loads of fun. We also watched the sunset, it was quite cloudy and it made an amazing pink colour across the sky. We realised that without the sun ...
... of everyone else, to which they appeared careless or oblivious. Groups tend to do this. Landing at Tangier, we hauled our bags up the dock, through customs, and met the touts and taxi drivers. A man called David attached himself to us, offering to look after us in the little time we had in Tangier, protect us from touts and hustlers, and be our friend. He showed us to the ATM where we withdrew 2000 Moroccan dirham. He then became more personal, asking our names, shaking ...
... pot I have ever seen followed by fruit, all good healthy stuff. One unusual aspect of all this was the number of cats that appeared, first just one, then two, three, four and finally a fifth, all living at the desert camp in the middle of the sand dunes!
Then to our surprise, our hosts, four Berbers got out the African drums and gave us an evening of entertainment....we rolled into our tents, carpets wrapped around ...
... drive further south east to the green Dades valley and the city of roses via the fascinating Skoura palmery. Dinner and overnight in Dades Gorges. Day 2: Dades Gorges– Boumlane – Tinghir – Toudra Gorges - Tinjdad - Touroug - Erfoud – Merzouga Dunes After breakfast, return via the Dades Valley until Boumalne in order to continue in direction of Tinghir and the Toudra Gorges, walk in ...
... the guide if it's possible to go up with them but just wait outside while they see the inside, the place requiring payment. The man tells me not to worry as he seems to understand I am short for cash. After our visit to the site, we go to a grab a bite in a nearby restaurant. I take one look at the menu and get quiet. I don't have enough money for anything on this menu. A set price of 80, 90 or 100 dirham is displayed and I feel sick. I ask the waiter if there is anything else that is less ...