Riad Al Madina
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and they are his company during the week. These females are the kings Harem. The way Abdul described it was that it was an honour to be selected and it is great for your reputation to be a harem. Though most of us on the bus were disturbed. I'll never think the same of those baggy hippy harem pants again.
Along our bus route we stop at a ceramics town where men spend their days making ceramics which the ...
... the islands got the name. Our first stop was to learn about argon oil. The product is unique to this area as argon trees only grow here. I wrote about the goats and how argon oil comes about yesterday, but today we saw the process and products, and had an opportunity to purchase the products. After the pits are opened the seeds are removed. If they are going to be used to produce cooking oil they are roasted. If they ...
... laid back. Late last night we watched the fishermen preparing their hooks before heading out. The speed they worked at, bating 1400 hooks was phenomenal, but I guess that's what they do night after night. These relatively small boats head out at midnight, with up to 4 men on board, all the ...
... We had time to tour through the village and a pottery collective. The rest of the ride to lunch was a challenge as the hot sandy crosswinds blew hard. It was great to reach our lunch spot in the middle of a small bustling town.
After lunch and a transfer to a small Riad called Chambre D'Hote Lilou, we packed our overnight bag, had a lovely swim in their pool, and headed out by van to exchange bikes for dromedaries and our ...
... him from long ago, saying it was two years since they'd last connected. Still, Aziz was very friendly and said he'd help us find a cheap place in which to stay.
Aziz soon found us an apartment with cooking facilities for 8 euros a day each, which to me seemed ok a deal really, not that I had anything to compare it with. Jeremy though already mistrusted Aziz and didn't want his help, whereas in the light of Hicham having recommended him I thought he was ...