Riad Les Trois Palmiers
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... del dia" (literal translation: daily menu. Actual meaning: this is all we could find in the kitchen so take it or go hungry). Our kindly English vegetarian friend Anna is offered some of our new Dutch friend's food, which she graciously accepts. She then repeatedly offers him some of her food, (we think 5 times). Eventually he looks back at her, slightly annoyed, and in a loud abrupt voice with Dutch accent, booms "FOR WHAT PURPOSE??". Awkwardness ensues and internal ...
Inspiring Jouneys around Morocco
Toubkal traveling is a tour with an adventurous slant, organising high-quality group mountain trekking and 4x4 tours in and around the Atlas Mountains and Sahara, as well as tailor-made holidays for individuals and private groups. Toubkal traveling is managed from Imlil area by people who are both passionate and knowledgeable about Morocco, exactly in Atlas Mountains, ...
... s lifestyle. The silent overnight was absolut!!
A few days later we went to Tiziri Falls, there we met a few little crazy monkeys. They were so funny and they only wanted food. The landscape of the falls was incredible, I was very impressed, I had never seen anything like this!!
In my opinion, was a positive experience for me, also was an oportunity to visit new places and the mos important, I met great ...
... has been...such a short time ago gondolas were passing our window in Venice...now camels in Marrakesh..... The next day we were very tired...we managed to walk to the 15th century tombs....where Sultans have been laid to rest...Nikki bought a lovely Moroccan bowl and I bought Pete a Fez Hat....to go with his new mustache ....which we hope he shaves off before Christmas.... ......days later...we are in Hong Kong....tomorrow Adelaide....just a bit on Morocco....I found it amazing ...
... on the rocks. The waterfall was nice but compared to ones we'd seen in New Zealand it wasn't that impressive. We've come to realise on our travels how lucky we are with the New Zealand landscape. Often things that are considered impressive and beautiful by other tourists are just not as good as home.
After a pretty successful day out we headed back home. It was starting to rain but we needed to buy our ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility