Les Jardins Du Draa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... came across several hundred cyclists preparing for stage 5 of the Tour of Morocco, it was a 165km leg with a climb in altitude of 800 metres from 1100 metres to 1900 meters, and starting in the heat of the day at 1:00pm. That day the max temp was 35 degrees, and we'd just travelled up and down the same mountains in the luxury of an air conditioned car, and that was grueling ...
... Although smaller than camels, dromedaries are still very tall! Ours steeds were patient as we tentatively approached them and then hung on for dear life as they rose from the sand in their ungainly three part lift. Dressed in Berber garb with headdresses wound around our heads to protect us from the wind and sand we were an impressive group. So began our ride to our Berber camp in the Sahara desert.
... spot to draw the AMEND logo in the sand and take a photo - could be useful for something..... The sun is now beginning to weaken above an increasing blanket of flying sand. It's stinging our legs, arms and faces with its vicious speed. Visibility is rapidly reducing. It's not long before Jacko demands that we all keep together so we don't lose anyone. Walking like this while being buffeted by the wind is exhausting. Each time someone needs to duck behind a sand dune ...
... look recently abandoned. And unlike other mud town ruins, there’s no new village built next to it. It looks like folks from this village moved a long ways away, giving it a ghostly feel. I guess they didn’t want to ruin any of the precious fertile farmland around by building houses nearby. Here people really value their farm plots and houses are almost always built on barren rocky hillsides, not within the ...
Day 054 : 4 hours, 2.3 kms
I take a quick walk up through Tinezga to the barren gently sloping plains between the hills and the oasis. Here I enjoy a peaceful little concert as dusk sets in and boys play football nearby. I must admit it is ...