Ryad Mogador Gueliz
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Kids pool
- Breakfast Available
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... amp; some spent a fair amount of money. A few of us went to a bar a couple of doors from our hotel at the end ...
... recipes. That Riad was absolutely flawless, the service, the food, the host, the room, garden, roof, location, excellent! It was minutes away from Jemaa el fna.
The rooftop where we ate was close to a minaret and you could hear the lovely Muslim prayers 5 times a day, they were so soothing, I was eager to hear them each time. The melismatic prayers added the touch in being in a predominantly Muslim country.
We got to see a lot of ...
... rocks and dry river beds.
Our main aim today was to get to Marrakech, so we were soon on our way again and it's been a day of fascinating contrasts. The deep gorges, lots and lots of desert, lots and lots of red barren rocky wasteland where for some inexplicable reason people have decided to build red rock homes and make a village. They just look so poor and unlivable, but there were many of these little outposts with the obligatory flock of ...
... collegues with me, and maybe doing some scenic hiking up around Ourika. After the three day hike with Emaddine in Italy, I think I’m going to try to get other people to join me on my adventures whenever possible. But nobody was able to make it, so I think I’ll just do a boring hike and save the Ourika hike for when I’ve got company.
Now that I’ve got this Superhike fever, everywhere I go my ...
Wow... it's been an awfully long time between drinks at the Writing Bar. Everything is inside my head, or on paper, or SD card, but somehow it has stubbornly refused to come out. Sometimes I think that the experience of protracted travel consumes a person (or couple/group) so much that it is almost harder than exisiting in the "normal" world that we have left behind. Finding places to refuel, buy food, camp/stay plus the navigating, getting ...