Riads des Princesses
Travel Blogs from Marrakech
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... Words could never capture the immense beauty of this area. There were dramatic changes in scenery from villages to lush fields to terraced mountain sides then stark ranges and deep, deep gorges and valleys. Donkeys, mules, Berber women, all laden with crops, goats perched atop rocky outcrops and stretching high to reach foliage on their favourite tree. The stark charcoal ranges devoid of vegetation broken only by the colourful road side stalls. As we ...
... 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.
gotten into our pyjamas last night and we were gathered in the dining area
downstairs we heard a loud, aggressive bang on the door. We were all home apart
from Sam, Maria and Lihn, but they had keys so wouldn’t have the need to knock.
Abi and Tess went to answer it to be confronted by a very angry local shop
owner screaming at them in Arabic. He demanded to speak to the ‘hotel ...
... 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 ...