Travel Blogs from Marrakech
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Camel rides in erg chebbi 1 night in desert camp Merzouga
... red tone with the early evening light, the lush green palm trees, the stony river bed and then the village rising slightly from the adjacent banks. The surrounding landscape was that of a vast rocky desert which stretched for as far as the eye could see. Finishing off with a stroll through the stalls that lined the walkway, all that was left to do was sit back, relax and enjoy another tagine for dinner. Oh and maybe just a couple of wines…
... prices our waiter was wearing a nice black suit and tie.
Having stayed as long as we could at the restaurant we decided to just head for the train station. On the way we realised we were actually quite close to Starbucks which was quickly deemed a much nicer place to wait out the day than the train station. Surprisingly it was one of the nicer Starbucks coffees I have had which was probably due to the fact that they had flat whites on the menu.
... As planned, I'm able to follow the riverbed through the gorge instead of having to walk along the highway which snakes along the cliffside... much more pleasant... And finally, after passing through one more village, I reach Tahanoute... I reconnect with the hike I did here 4 years ago... and I fulfill my Quest: An uninterrupted trail of footprints from Marrakech to Toubkal... and across the ...
... a pot of tea I whip out my guitar and play for an audience for the first time “Me and El Maghreb”, my song about Morocco. It’s a fitting moment and location, surrounded by some great friends as well as some very rugged looking locals, high up on a snowy mountainside teahouse sharing a song that expresses my appreciation to this country and all that it has meant to me over the years.
A short but unforgettable moment here in ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service