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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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Our fantastic buffet breakfast was hosted by the chef. She made us 'Mille Trou' which means thousand holes. These Moroccan pancakes are made with flour and different seeds and are not flipped over on the griddle, therefore have all the cooking bubbles left as holes. Wonderful omelettes, marinated anchovies, lox and many breads and cheeses and …
... king is Mohamed VI who is #40 in descent from the Prophet Mohamed. He is also the first modern-day king to marry a commoner and to allow pictures of his wife and family to be shown in public. He is the 'King of the people' and is well liked.
To be a working king in today's world, you need to be both a politician and a problem-solver, especially in the time of crisis. In regard to the current Western Sahara separatist movement, ...
... toilet). But the way they talked about their life here in the mountains, they were happy with everything in their life: sure, it's difficult to live on an agrarian culture, but this family was so optimistic and welcoming. We shared lunch with the family over conversation and then walked up to the top of a mountain to see a beautiful view in the Rif Mountains. Around 5 PM, we continued on our way to Chefchaouen. Once we all got settled in our hostel, we had 2.5 hours to walk around ...
... there are some downs as of late. For one, ...
... there is a pride in food.
My mother makes olive oil on our roof terrace while I sit between trays of the drying fruits. I guess olives are fruits. There is a meticulous practiced pattern to her peeling and pitting, and the salt seems to sit damp in the air. Olives have always been one of my favorite foods, but I've never sat surrounded by them on a roof. Meals here are not merely part of the day, but ...