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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... aware of the differences between the two groups of people in Morocco: the Berbers and the Arabs. The Berbers are ethnically indigenous to North Africa. They were there in North Africa when the Arab Muslims came in the 7th century and brought Islam to what is modern-day Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia. The guy who took us "up some stairs" in Moulay Idriss had explained to us that Berber's will dress in more colorful, multi-toned clothing, whereas the Arabs are more likely to wear a ...
... of the way there in absolute shock & disbelief at the amount of rubbish around! You couldn't look out the window and not see some. It wasn't just on the sides if the road but all over the fields, through the plants, fields had been ploughed and they have just gone over top of the rubbish. I saw fields with so much rubbish in them where donkeys were living and eating, so bad that I even saw a donkey with some blue ...
So on Wednesday 21st I left the place I had called home for the past 5 months for good. It was emotional but now I am on a new adventure. This adventure is travelling with my two best friends. Our first stop, Fes, Morocco. First impressions were good, we arrived at night and the place seemed lively. We arrived at our hostel Funky Fes in Old Medina and got settled in straight away! We were all starved and drained of energy because the day had been long, emotional ...
... a middle eastern Doug Henning, complete with handlebar moustache). I am sorry to be leaving Fes tomorrow ... It is really a lovely city, and it would be nice to have another day here. But tomorrow we head out on a 10 hour drive over the Middle Atlas, where the Berbers make their homes in the mountain strongholds. Hassan told us tonight that we may run into snow on the roads... Not what any of us were expecting to see during our ...
... us a chance to refresh at the Riad. We were dropped at the bottom of the laneway and after several unmarked door ways we finally found one with a very faded sign suggesting we were at the right place.
Despite the rustic exterior we were blown away with what lay await for us inside. It certainly was a haven from the hectic life outside in the city. We were served Morrocan tea and had a siesta by the pool before heading out for to meet our new friend. At 5pm ...