Hotel Sultana Royal Golf
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... kept their distance. The only benefit to me having my turn when I did was knowing the family was in recovery mode.
Excerpt from Sam Jackson's Journal:
We did not know it yet but in the desert we got a little thing that I like to call food poisoning. Now it is not quite as bad as it sounds but it is still very painful. We still do not know what exactly caused the bug but we have a suspicion that it ...
We leave the Sahara Desert and continue our adventure through the Draa Valley along the route of 1,000 Kasbahs. This area boasts a beautiful landscape dotted with untouched villages that preserve that sense of times past where you can witness villagers going about their daily routine. We venture on to Ouarzazate, which African traders once used as a ...
... truck crashed into it.
Then it hits me: “I was just there 2 seconds before the crash.”
Sheesh… talk about a “Final Destination” moment… death can’t get much more gory than that.
But I’m not going to ponder on the significance of that too much. Some might interpret this as a “sign” of divine protection… others as a ...
... were just doing a one day tour. I was a little worried they didn't know where to put me, but we eventually stopped at a gas station and I switched buses to join up with my group.
I had a great group. We were from all over the place, Canadian, Spanish, Italian, Israeli, Japanese, French. It was gonna be a good group :)
I fell asleep pretty early in the drive and was woken up about an hour later for our first photo opp. ...
... who it seems are on a guided hiking tour.
Not much to do after dark, except down the dark road to buy some stuff at a store, then coming back, where I join 3 Moroccan fellows for couscous, the host and 2 guides that are with the European tourists. We chat, watch TV for a bit—a nice atmosphere. I enjoy this sort of "semi-hospitality", to stay with the locals, learn a bit about life in their village, and yet not feel like I’m freeloading off of ...