Palais d'Hotes & Spa Andalous
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we would be sleeping in later that night. It was a relief to actually be able to see where the up and downhill were this time! I had now figured out a way to sit properly on the camel without hurting my vagina. That, or I had a numb public bone by this point. I have no idea how the guys cope with camel riding. I barely coped myself. So for half of our free day in the desert consisted of pouring rain. How many times can you say you go into the Sahara and it rains?? And not just a ...
... to find by the triumphal arch.
We headed back to the main entrance, paid the guide, and got back into the van and on the road. It was a warm day, but not so warm that we were uncomfortable in long-sleeve shirts and pants. Within 10 minutes our van was climbing the side of a hill and entering the main town of Moulay Idriss. Moulay Idriss is a town built on two rolling hills. It is a holy town and a place that many Moroccan Muslims come for an annual pilgrimage. It ...
... came around,as we pulled into our destination, that he told us where the 1st class section was...and we were not in it! Definitely not!
i don't know what I was expecting really but the 40 min train trip provided us with interesting scenery. Very green fields, lots of crops growing,donkey carts, young boys playing soccer on every patch of grass...and a lot of 3rd world conditions.
Casablanca itself was ...
... ready with their riding suits, and revving their bikes. The deserts mean different things to different people - these folk apparently from France, want to race these bikes - all sorts - quad bikes, dirt bikes, etc - inside the desert. I will know them if I see them in the Morocco Motocross rally!
A walk to the town centre was an impromptu plan - needed to stretch my legs. So I would have walked just about for 10 minutes, when a car pulled up next to me with a ...
... each item really does make me appreciate the quality of the rugs, blankets and scarves they sell. I somehow resisted purchasing everything I laid eyes on, but I'm sure over the course of my six months in Morocco I am going to accumulate quite a few of these goods. Part of the experience in the medina is having shop owners try to get you to come into their shops and buy their goods. While this did get a bit annoying at times, it was mostly entertaining to ...