Ryad Mogador Kasbah
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... invited into another private home for a party with locals. Our host's mansion is a treat for the senses, with birdcages everywhere filling the space with beautiful melodies. Unfortunately my cell phone images of the party aren't up to my usual standards, but you will get the idea. The tour is certainly off to a wonderful ...
... we twist and turn through narrow alleys to a door which opens into a historic home steeped in Moroccan traditions. Our gracious host has thrown a lavish party, and invited some of the locals – one of whom has owned a Riad here for over 30 years (he hails from South Dakota originally). This wonderful gentleman has amazing stories to tell, and he invites us to his home for a party tomorrow night. We are overwhelmed, and gratefully ...
... for the fifth day we went up to Fes for the day and where we saw more of the same followed by another journey.
On the last day we did a variety of activities from camel treks to quad biking which was a nice change from the religious tour of the country we had done. Having finished about 2 hours of quad-biking, we went home and after about 3 hours on s plane we arrived back in a much colder, much rainier England. ...
... And this is where the water stopped. The clouds just stopped, the trees just stopped and the carving of the valleys stopped. It was an incredible visualization of life's need for water and it was an incredible visualization of the sea, air and lands ability to provide or deny it. The lack of vegetation after the atlas revealed another earth sciences lesson: perfectly exposed cuestas. Beautifully stacked and exposed layers of red, brown and black rock that had been uniformly ...
... cooked in a Moroccan clay pot. I took the top of the pot off of the tagine and saw that the sauce was still boiling. I paid $3 dollars for this meal.
The next day I did some more exploring. I checked out the Koutoubia Minaret, walked through the Cyber Park, a park that was originally an 18th century garden for Prince Moulay Abdeslam. Some changes were made to the park over the years: more plants, more flowers, and eventually, wifi connections, hence the name of ...