Hotel Ouarzazate Le Riad
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... a good judge of both character and people and I know that this guy was genuine. He offered for the guys and myself to come to his place for dinner with his friends. It was extremely kind and tempting but we were all knackered so we decided to give it a miss. We kept walking up the hill till we were standing over a beautiful view looking down at the gorge. A beautiful building sat on the corner of the of the high turn in the gorge. It was stunning to watch ...
... of fresh calamari and wedges of tangy lemon, again grateful at the wisdom of one dish between two. Our feast came to about $5 Aussie, a bargain in anyone’s currency.
These two boys should have been in school, but family economics dictates that Father fishes, the women keep house and they boys run the restaurant. At approximately 12 and 14 years of age we can only hope that the future holds the opportunity for them to succeed.
Weather :-))) I was looking forward to the breakfast buffet today. When I got there it was all gone. Empty frypan, empty basket, empty tray, empty server. Then I remembered: Bob. On the road, black desert continues. Suddenly came across a service station. Imagine it: black rock, black rock, black rock, service station, black rock, black rock, black ...
... well in advance about Alan and Wendy The Compulsive Shoppers. I found it difficult to say no to buying at least something when it was produced by a co-operative that was established for such a worthy cause. Alan disagreed. Finally I gave in, buying a large, heavy yellow curved plate with attractive patterning. Needless to say, Alan was not at all impressed as he tried to shove it into his back pack. What is worse, it looked simply awful when ...
... located about 7 km outside of the town of Ouarzazate, in a peaceful grove of olive, fruit and palm trees and flowers. We enjoyed a refreshing beer before even viewing our rooms.
A warm welcome by the proprietors and by Mr. & Mrs. Peacock, a tasty meal and a good night in clean and comfortable rooms concluded the first day of our adventure in southern Morocco.