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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... right. There it is, go”.
We trudged along. The heat was intense and even though our backpacks weighed no more than 20 pounds each, they seemed overwhelming. We walked slowly, looking for street signs, which was a laugh! If there were any, they are in Arabic. How good is your Berber, anyway?
Alan asked for directions – “Go here, down there, over there, turn left after this, then go down there.” “Keep ...
... the size of the biscuit quarters. When her friend extended her hand for some too, she was flatly rebuffed. Fair trade.
We hauled our way up through the dry acidic landscape. Huge grey blue river boulders rested where the water or ice had left them. A small cafe, of plastic patio chairs, greeted us at the top of the pass. The backdrop was huge, vast grey brown mountains, peppered with small quilts of houses and snow. The stroll down was fast as ...
... A little oasis to escape the busy day. We drive through tiny streets and eventually stop at a spot that definitely does not look like anywhere you’d want to stay. After unloading the van we start walking down a little alley way to a big wooden door. It’s opened by a young woman named Miriam who shows us to a very pretty courtyard where we are led to an alcove filled with pillows. As we ...
... we arrived at the shop we were greeted by a group of men sitting outside drinking tea and smoking hash. They were so stoned, the whole situation was hilarious! One of the boys smoked two massive joints and we were so impressed by it. They specifically pointed out how hash in Morocco is 'good stuff’ and doesn’t have the same effects as the stuff you can find in Europe. We drunk our tea and left with a big smile!
During our stay in Chaouen we ate ...
... Moulay Idriss & Volubilis in Meknes; the lovely camels & Saharan dunes; the truly awesome and not to be beaten Todra & Dades Gorges nr Tinehir; the fabulous road trip from Ouarzzazate and all the fabulous, truly lovely people that I met along the way.
The culture is so rich, fascinating and really interesting and the differences are worth such a small journey to find them. I shall recommend the place to all my friends looking for a truly magical ...