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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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The caravan meets a group of hooded men who warn them of tribal wars so they continue their journey quickly and quietly. One night the Englishman and Santiago talk about Santiago's life and success and he compares it to a main principle of alchemy called the soul of the world. The saying refers to the positive force of the world that works for the improvement of all things. Santiago decides to learn more about ...
I have yet to experience camel spit but I would imagine it as incredibly unpleasant. It's what I wanted to name my last entry but thought a warning would be more appreciated first. I've found a room with a wraparound balcony that sits in the shade and gets a nice breeze in this 45C heat, WIFI, CNN and one other channel in english, and hotel boys that let me stick food in their fridge and make tea in their kitchen. The ...
Thursday, May 5
We said goodbye to the tour leader and the remaining three motorhomes and
headed on our way towards Al Hoce´ma about 220 km away through the Atlas
Mountains, we climbed up to 1600 m and stayed round that height for the rest of the travel, it was relaxing travelling by ourselves, travelling at our speed, stopping when we wanted to stop, and not necessarily having a destination we had to get to.
But one thing ...
... a bit headed back to the hotel to put my bags in the room. No english this time but managed to get the fact that I was checking in and that my bags were behind the counter across to the person. After getting rid of the bags decided to wander along the coast. This involved walking away from the coast and over a hill that I hoped would get me back to the coast. It did.
Had a nice view down the coastal road and the guide book said that the ...
... next road block. In spite of the officially though repression and countless road blocks, the Rif mountains of Morocco still supply 80 % of France's pot consumption. Rif people have striking features : tall and hulk, they boast mesmerizing blue or green eyes that contrast sharply with their red brick skin. Some are crowned with fiery red. hair. Historians attribute to the presence of Germain support troops in the roman Legions the prevalence of such features among the local Berber ...