Hotel Nomad Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... with roots in England, Switzerland, Israel, Germany, Brazil and America with a very high proportion of professors, scientists, editors, and Jewish communal leaders. But no matter how seasoned and impressive a group of 40 people are, when you are on a bus trip your schedule is dominated by the search for clean toilets every couple of hours and we are quite a sight all over the country – 40 people lining up for 4 stalls, shifting uncomfortably as we ...
... it is set looking out across the fortified village, with the mountains to the left and huge rocks infront, along with an oasis below, it is truly 5 star place, yet another place run by a French people. Our room appears to be the pent house and is to die for! Dinner was great, all inclusive, with zucchini soup, tagine of beef and veges, and creme brûlée morrocan style with orange sorbet! We even had life music of bongo drums! Another long drive tomorrow to the mountain top ...
... portable toilet- like things and running water! It was impressively civilized for literally being in the middle of nowhere in the Sahara desert. We were happy to eat a delicious salad, chicken tagine and fruit for dinner before drinking some mint tea and heading off to bed. Due to hurricane-force winds and the fear that our whole campsite would get picked up and blown away, I didn't sleep well that night... But there's no time to waste when traveling in Morocco, so ...
... landscape changed completely from lush pasture land to rocky mountain outcrops, to dry red soil plains and finally to the desert. We drove through a couple of mountain passes where the scenery was quite harsh and barren but breathtaking. A long day's drive but well worth it, finally arriving at our destination of Merzouga about 8pm tired but with a couple of bottles of wine to look forward to.
Tomorrow it's into the desert on ...
... area, it was time to negotiate the purchase of fossils from our guides. Oh Lord, I am TERRIBLE at this. I know I paid too much but buying fossils from the Blue Men is a once in lifetime experience. They work so hard for the fossils and taking people up on the camels, etc. etc. etc. I’m a sucker… George who was on the tour with his mom and sister rode back with us to the hotel. He speaks some Arabic and asked the driver about ...