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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... equally hard or maybe harder in the field than men. It is not at all unusual to see an elderly lady bent over such that her back is almost parallel with the ground. On her back a huge load stacked high. She struggles slowly up the incline - there not being much flat land here. When I stop the bike on the side of the road kids seem to just spring out of thin air. Curiously, they seem more interested in me rather the bike. Mostly they spoke only ...
... station for bus and train trips to Fes and Agadir as you can only book trains and buses when in the country. After looking at the map Ross decided that the station didn't look to far away so why not walk? 3km later in 35 degree heat we found the station, booked our tickets and took a bus back to the square. Their wasnt a lot to do in Marrakech, a few mosques, palaces and museums so off we went to find the palace. On the way we were walking with our map looking a little lost. a ...
... compose a new song!
But, according to Brahim, this isn’t a Berber tune “this sounds like gnawa” he tells me. Suits me, as long as it sounds good and people like it… Tomorrow I’ll come up with some new lyrics to go along with it. And so, after a delicious tagine, I bid the family farewell, and call it a night. A nice, comfy finish to a day of ...
... like I’m very, very far from Casablanca where nobody trust nobody and landlords and tenants it seems are always trying to rip each other off.
He goes on to explain “People are always watching, always on the alert. If an outsider comes through—like you—we always keep an eye to see what’s going on. We are peaceful, but if someone comes an starts causing trouble, we will respond very swiftly.”
... 8230; I ask an elderly farmer who tells me I’ve either got to back track to the log, or ford it on foot… I choose the latter.
Tizguin is a traditional, poor mountain village—but it does have some large, stately houses like the ones down in the plains, clearly built by folks who’ve earned their money elsewhere. You’ll never be able to build a mansion living off the tiny rocky farmplots ...