- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
Photos of Dar Jedda
Travel Blogs from Azilal
... afternoon prayer crowds in the streets, we arrived back, sun-touched (I won't say burned as we will both get in trouble...) and ready for a couple of beers before heading out for a delicious dinner in a local restaurant, where we sampled five different Moroccan salads, a moist chicken tagine and an incredible chocolate mousse, it was lighter than air and rich enough for us to share and still have had our fill. By this point, we were exhausted and so fell into bed ready for our last day in the ...
... that went straight up the hill in a zig zag fashion until we were at about the same level as the top of the Falls, which looked quite small now, such was the distance between us. We continued along the path, passing the odd boy and donkey on the way.
As we crested the hill, Tanagmelt slowly came into view and "Wow", it looked impressive....it was an exciting moment! It was perched high on a hill in front of us; we needed to go down and then ...
... later in the evening (not now), which would be a step up from the last hotel we stayed at which had none this morning. I am not sure if I believe them. As I write this, I am in bed, fully clothed with thermals, jeans, two pairs of wool socks, and my jacket .... An extra blanket thrown on, with the heater running as high as it will go. It's been an hour, and I am frozen. I am having flashbacks to my cold nights in India a few years ago -blerg! Tomorrow it'll likely be ...
... 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 ...