Riad Al Andaluz
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... packs packed with a change of clothes. We climbed ever upwards on a mule trail, which was fairly rocky & we had to watch out for mules. When we finally arrived at our destination, it was a very nice family run guest house called a gite. In the afternoon most of us hiked further up into the mountains on the mule trail to a pilgrimage shrine called Sidi Chamsrouch. I think it was a further 600 metres in elevation & a 2 hour trek up. We were closer to the snow ...
... on the donkey which then started riding away, so with no instruction we began to follow it as the hotel man had now disappeared... Oh my God. It took us 40mins to walk up the very steep hills with our hand luggage and the heat bearing down on us. We kept loosing track of the donkey, but when turning the corner found the impatient owner beckoning us on and shouting at us to be quicker. He seemed to forget that he was on a friking donkey. My, my we wished we'd gotten the ...
... had a lazy afternoon on the terrace. It was Saba’s birthday today, so we all got together at the Broiché Café for dinner. We met Abi and Gillian there at 18:00 and we pulled a huge line of tables together outside the front of the restaurant. A nice meal in nice company was what we all needed, finished off with cake we’d brought for Saba shared round the ...
... and famous. It’s located in the middle of nowhere, just desert all around but not sandy. After a quick tour of another Kasbah, we headed for Todra gorge, this impressive formation in the hills was quite a spectacle with sheer cliffs rising up over 100m above. Naturally, a river flows out of gorge and forms an oasis in the valley down from it, quite a marvel with the land being so barren for many miles around. We stopped by the oasis ...
... barrier proved to be too difficult to gain confidence and close the deal. In the end, we did our good deed (trust in Allah) yet remained vigilant on the defensive (tie up your camel). We continued our trip noting that the roads bounced from one desert oases to another, stopping at a few and an authentic sand dune to stretch our legs just as the ancient Berber trade caravans did only on camel. According to our guide book some of ...