Hotel Kasbah Ouzina
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... he was led/controlled, but, the other option is a bit in the mouth, like a horse. Who am I to say which one is better?
And yes, bare feet seems very reasonable. Definitely the most comfortable option and, since you've got all the way there, you'd best feel the sand between your toes! Our guide, who walked with the lead camel, was barefoot, so I'm guessing there's not a lot of poisonous and or pointy things hiding in the sand.
It was hot during our ride, but we were ...
... clapping his hands to roust us out of our desert slumber.
Pretty quick up and out as we were racing the sun to catch the dunes change color from indigo to red to adobe to tan. Mission accomplished. But I missed the initial few seconds of the sun's red glow. It's hard to look over your shoulder on a camel.
We were received back at the hotel for a quick breakfast and freshen up before getting on the bus for the ride back to Marrakesh. A long drive of about 12 hours. ...
... flushing toilets and fresh running water... amazing all the way out here. This was more glamping than camping and we did not mind that at all! After our customary mint tea welcome we settled into our dinner under the stars of the most delicious beef tagines thus far. With dinner done our hosts brought out the Arabic drums and we were entertained by two young Berbers. It was just magic listening to their music whilst gazing up at the star lit sky, so dark a sky ...
... and see in the sunrise before returning here in the morning.
We are in a small very homely Riad and have just had a good bottle of wine with, yes you guessed it, another tarjine!
I have had no end of trouble with photos so have basically given up on them. Never mind, our days are so full, I can barely stay awake past tea time anyway. Will post some later when I fix the bug whenever that happens.
... girls chuckles and is enjoying all of it but then again she just got here a few days ago and hasn't had much adventure yet. For me I've had my share of **** get thrown at me and am not too thrilled about this little bit extra of excitement.
Arriving back into the city the volunteer head at the riad I'm at, picks me up on his bike and we cruise through the medina. Before heading back to the riad though we stop so I could pick up something to eat. He kindly pays for my sandwich ...