Riad Sidi Ayoub
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... they had made throughout the trip. We went back to the hotel by 6pm to meet the 7 new members of our group at the tour meeting. We had already met the new tour leader, a Berber Moroccan called Mustapha. We all had dinner at the restaurant at the hotel that evening.
The following day we drove to the village of Imlil in our minibus. We locked our main bags in a room there & hiked to another village called Aroumd in the Atlas Mountains with just ...
... we pay him an extra 50dirham for him to take us the final few km, but we felt that was a bit of a rip off considering we'd paid 250 for the 70km trip... We got out angered by his insistences that it was a fair price and headed up the hill into the town. Oh how we both wished we had just paid him... We ended up waiting 30mins (although we had a mint tea in the town so it wasn't that bad) before being greeted by a man from the hotel who summoned a donkey for us. The ...
Back to the Street Kids Youth Centre again this morning, one of my favorite projects. Seeing all the children’s happy, sweet and curious faces is such a pleasure. We spent the morning with them, playing games, singing and dancing till it was time to say our goodbyes for the last time. Abi and her Mum had decided to take the afternoon to themselves while the rest ...
... all the houses around made out of mud and straw, incredible! So incredible in fact it’s been featured in several movies including Alexander, Kingdom of Heaven and Gladiator. At the top we had a pretty view of Ait Benhaddou and on the way down saw plenty of donkeys, camels and cats!
We overnighted in Ouarzazate, the Hollywood of Morocco, sadly no movies were in production so we couldn’t mingle with ...
... shop, into which he invited us into for tea. We politely declined figuring that hard carpet or dromedary sales tactics were sure to follow. Looking back on the situation I would do the same again not wanting to leave someone stranded in the middle of some desert. Whether or not it was a scam remains unknown. If it was a scam to sell carpets or desert excursions, then they have taken things to great heights. But in this case ...