- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
Travel Blogs from Azilal
... with their produce hanging up from large hooks outside. Goat carcasses swung in the breeze, their heads still attached and lolling about grotesquely underneath them. It was a stark reminder of the differences in culture between the UK and Morocco, and was a world away from the neat polystyrene trays of meat found in British supermarkets. Eventually we arrived back at the taxi meeting point, my lady friend from earlier, thankfully nowhere to be seen. After pushing through ...
... pink boats were available for boat trips....we declined as it would have been like circling a small swimming pool...much nicer to sit on a rock and gaze up at the white cascades of water and feel the spray damp on your skin.
We crossed a couple of rickety planks and rocks to get to the other side and, as per Lonely Planet, followed the series of rock pools downstream. We then re-crossed over a couple of small and short falls and picked up ...
... hours of driving to get to the desert. But to be honest, everyone is feeling pretty upbeat. Let's face it, nature can be unpredictable ( polar vortex anyone?) and part of the adventure of traveling is the opportunity to get off the beaten track and see and experience things that are new. The sites today were gorgeous through the mountains, and we saw a remote part of Morocco that was not on our intinery. Who knows what excitement tomorrow may bring? I am looking forward to finding out ...
... shrimp tatine, pastilla for dessert. The food was good. The ambience was excellent as we played up the tourist card and took pictures of the decor. I tried a Berbere Mojito that I did not like. It had mint tea but tasted like beer. I was glad I washed it down with some cinammon chai from the Square. The riad also had a cooking class that got me thinking about cookery courses during my last days in Marrakech.
... for a hundred metres or so and it seems a little colder this time. Bryony laughs and says we are even now.
We exit the boats to walk around Wee Stinky and spend the rest of the morning alternating between some great runs thru rapids and a few more spills. We both have a few scary moments, either missing the lines our guides have suggested and glancing off rocks or boofing the rocks (and impressing our guides). Bryony has ...