Riad Villa Harmonie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... weather events that were bringing rain and floods down to the Western Sahara desert. Trust us to be here for that! We had been told by a local that Mirleft was a very pretty place, a small town further south also on the coast but rather than a long straight beach there were coves and so we had booked and paid for four nights there in a B&B through Air B&B - highly recommended by Lonely Planet. We had also paid a driver a deposit to take us there. We were so looking forward to it ...
... It was a beautiful sight in the moonlight! We climbed aboard, lurched upright and swayed off into the sands. Silence (apart from my camel, Jimmy, who munched on something all the way out) constellations, and the peaks and valleys of the dunes passing beneath us like a sea-swell. When we started seeing shooting stars, things were getting ridiculous! At the foot of a high dune, we de-camelled and climbed by foot. In the distance we heard the squawks and giggling of a Japanese ...
Our last two nights before Marrakech are at this lovely getaway, Ksar Shama, only about an hour outside of Marrakech. It's up in the mountains, within a national park though, and is a peaceful little spot. Beautiful outdoor swimming pool and lounging areas and really nice rooms, some with wood burning fire places. We had ...
... you and any service must be bargained before hand to make sure you don't get ripped off. We walked through the markets and wanted to but everything from hippie pants, to sandals, scarves, jewellery, spices and sweets, it was all quiet over whelming. In he end I bout some hippy pants bc two bracelets. After spending a few hours walking around we were so hot and bothered we grabbed some nan bread for lunch and walked home. We spent the afternoon ...
... mint tea at a cute wee place near our hostel.
The next day we did another explore of the souks, armed with dirmah we were ready to spend! First stop was a berber 'pharmacy' filled with spices and medicinal herbs. The guy was really lovely, he explained to us how argon oil (or 'Moroccan oil' if you buy it anywhere that's not Morocco!) is made, showed us the nose cleansing powers of black cumin, and used kohl (that mascara originated from) to draw designs on our heads. ...