Ryad Mogador Kasbah
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... at an albergue (fancy name for large building with bunk beds and timed hot showers), we are served up not bad soup and some kind of grey meat. The seemingly endless supply of good French wine consoles us and also calms Stu down who literally jumps out of his chair when the burly innkeeper bellows out "Bon Appeit!" really really loudly right behind him. (Orisson, France). 10. Possibly the best (well, definitely the most deserved) chocolate bar (aptly called 'Hurry ...
... in the field of travel. It was launched in 2012 with the objective of taking adventurous visitors off the beaten track to experience the beauty and unique character of Morocco. Flexible, friendly, and focussed on your objectives and requirements, Toubkal traveling provides a complete service for all styles of journey around one of the Moroccan's most appealing travel destinations.
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We arrive to Mezourga after 12 hours by bus. When we arrive, the bereber ( the people who lives in a desert ) lend us a camel for each one. Then, we and our camels start a route to dunes of the desert. Two hours later we arrive to haima's ( is a place in a desert like a big camping tent where the people eat and sleep ). Around midnight the berebers talked about histories of the desert wolfs and ...
Morooco....mmmm....different....we have seen a lot of different cultures in our travels around the world.....but landing in Marrakesh really put us "out there"......on the taxi ride from the airport we went down Mohamed VI street...the longest street in Africa...16 kms long....all the buildings looked like large sand castles made at the beach and tinted a light red....when we got to our rihad ( which is like a large mansion with a courtyard in the middle) our taxi driver banged on ...
... to a Berber Village to see how the Berber people live. They are an indigenous ethnic group of North Africa. We were shown how they live a simple life and how they use the land or nature to make their lives easier. One thing I found quite fascinating was a flour mill they had. Basically it was a big rock that used the flow of the water to turn the rock round and it ground down the grain to flour. It was really cool ...
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