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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Heated pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Kids pool
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... asked for money in return for pictures. After that the drive was long and the terrain uneventful.
We stayed 5 nights in Taroudant, at La Maison Anglaise, a guesthouse that specializes in offering a host of activities at very reasonable prices. I cannot recommend this place highly enough. The facilities are attractive, but not luxurious, and there is none of the obsequiousness one sometimes encounters at more high-end places. The staff here are gracious, attentive and ...
... bargaining, baskets flung over their arms, babies bundled into simple slings, crafted from woven fabric. Mohammed led us into a small shop, piled high with spices. This was not a spice shop for tourists, neatly laid out with prices to match our budgets, but a local establishment, the spices heaped into sacks, wooden crates, baskets and anything else - a mishmash of vessels holding brightly coloured powders and dried spices arranged in no discernible order.
... by noon tomorrow, we would not have had much time to explore anyway
Not Just Any Ol' Motel
We got back in the car and circled Taroudannt's tall city wall and some markets we whizzed by looked interesting. We continued on out of town and hoped to find a place to stay soon. Orange orchards lined the road on both sides. We were approaching the national park boundary and ...
... play some music, so we find a quiet little spot by a big boulder next to another canal bridge over a little gorge. “I helped build these bridges” Elhusein tells me. I have him take a little video clip of me… we take a photo of the two of us together… and Imoules is officially parkbenched. We head on back to the café to have some coffee while we wait until the bush taxi is ready to go.
... be able to say I’ve “fully explored Morocco”.
I ask if there’s a collective taxi to Assaka. “Which Assaka?” is the response, “there are several Assakas in the mountains” I didn’t know what to say
They look for a hint “what’s the last name of someone who lives there?” I tell him. “It’s the first ...