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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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In the last entry I alluded to the weather change. Well - it poured for several days so the Iberostar and Agadir were even more gloomier than before. It was cold, wet and windy. On the weather chart it looked cyclonic and was part of the floods sweeping across France and Spain. And that worried us. I did feel sorry for those who had flown in from the Northern Hemisphere for a week of sun! But then there was the realisation that our travel plans were also in jeopardy because of the ...
... about tomorrow's weather. We went for a magical walk into the dunes before dinner, which rose about us in sweeping curves and undulations, dwindling to the horizon like a vast meringue. There were many quad-bike tracks, mostly created by Spaniards, we were later told. That would be right! We had been told that we would receive a 5am wake up knock, but that never happened. We were all too excited anyway, and met each other in the dark passageway at 5.30am. Not a creature ...
... Explore guide here and he took us on a walk through the surrounding area and through some berber villages. It was great to see things on foot, and, great to be out of the car for a day. Looking back, I loved all of the different things we got to see, but, I could have used more time to walk and sight see in each location. ...
... 3 young kids. We offered to feed her and her children and she just brushed it aside and demanded money from us.
We slowly wondered the streets before enjoying my last piece of flatbread on the roof of the riad with all the girls before they had to shoot off to a project.
I held back tears saying my byes until I got to Abi. We both just sobbed in each other’s arms, hiding ...
... temperature (probably in the 15-20 range) and quickly joined forces with a German couple to share a taxi for the 40 kilometre trip to the Skoura Oasis (around $30 including bonus photo stops and a lot of stuff we couldn’t understand). Now presenting Kasbah Amridil, a small but ancient mud-brick mansion with a small kasbah hotel attached to the side where, as luck - and the magic of email – would have it, we were spending the next two ...