Riad Le Clos des Arts
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... and plenty of harsh desert like countryside with reddish sand. Surprisingly there are gum tree plantations dotted around, apparently they are used for wood and for pulp. We have even seen some big old ones that are very reminiscent of home. Australians are very well received here (or perhaps that's just anyone with any money!) and you get the impression that traders would rather haggle and have some fun and some laughs then do a deal than just have their offer ...
... Mustapha) who soon became a firm friend.
Within those 2 weeks I did a variety of things from visiting the local markets to seeing an American Language Centre where students were doing things to help those locally in need. When deciding to travel to Marrakech to see some friends, Mohammed suggested renting a car. Although I could drive I was not keen on doing so in a country whos roads I did not know, Mustapha offered to drive me over there the next day.. which was ...
... some insight into Morocco, specifically Marrakesh. She gave us a lot of tips, including places to visit or avoid, how to handle pushy Moroccans, and even put us in touch with people if we wanted to stay in Morocco for the feast, including her roommate in Meknes, a ...
... and after declining some souvenirs a guy was selling to tourists on the dunes we had a night in. We went out on our camels at dusk (us four and our guide) the next day and saw the sunset at our camp. We prepared a tajine together (Dave note: this was about our fourth tajine in a row and we nicknamed them **** machines for obvious reasons) and then went and played on the drums while it cooked. After eating dinner (and an awkard conversation initated by our guide about Hitler ...
... arranged for us to enjoy the house specialty, lamb with aubergine which requires a day in advance notice. We started the meal with 12 different small plates of vegetables.
The night was young, even though it was approaching 11:00PM. We had to make a decision if we were going to book an excursion to Ouzoud Waterfalls in the High Atlas Mountains or go see the largest complexes of traditional packed-earth buildings of Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou, hence its place on the ...