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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... a little Berber (the indigenous language of north Africa) so we had a little info. Dinner two was ... How should I say....entertaining (especially for Brian). He got a front row seat to the Marisha show which was nothing short of a very bad episode of National geographic. The woman of the house, her sister and daughter just couldn't get enough of me. First they kept pointing at my hair. Then giggling at my braids. Then they scarfed me up. ...
... looked as though it had been their for sometime but the other looked very fresh. It was quite a sight! (See photo). We noticed that their were many chickens in cages around, I saw one man weighting a chicken, I pointed it out to Ross, the next minute I heard the chook squeaking and then whack! The head was cut off, lovely just what I wanted to see today! For about 30 minutes after the markets I converted to vegetarianism but quickly reverted when I remembered how nice meat tasted. ...
Arriving in the Todra Gorge at around 8.30pm, we found Kasbah Les Roches, our hotel for the night, without any difficulty. We couldn't miss it. The gorge was narrow, with the road running along one side and the river on the other. Where the gorge widened a bit, there was the hotel exactly where we expected it on the other side of the river.
I had intended to use the "four-wheel drive ...
... including Bollywood!) and laughing at Darren's antics and attempted sing-a-longs... But! Our taxi broke down five times, and it couldn't even make it all the way up the hill viewpoint when we finally reached the Dadès Gorge. At least we got to see it somewhat, but it was a bit underwhelming compared to the ride there - maybe it's better from the top.
On our last unexpected stop, our driver ran out of gasoline, and had to run one kilometre ...
Day 085: 2 hours, 5.0 kms
The road veers to the right and I suddenly exit the green valley and find myself hiking through a shadeless, lifeless desert. The weather isn't too hot, so it’s not all that unpleasant. But I do find that the kilometres really start to drag, and I realize the big difference there is between hiking along a fertile river valley with villages every few ...