- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
Travel Blogs from Azilal
... be unrecognisable - tourist infrastructure in Morocco is on the increase - huge building work is taking place throughout the country to meet the demands of travellers from across the world who are rapidly discovering its charms. After an hour, we were plenty pink enough and were beginning to feel hot and bothered, so we headed back to the car park and enjoyed a long sleep on the drive back home. As we passed through a large, busy town en route to our destination, we saw ...
... from the campsite to the village. Freshly laid paving stones with deep pits big enough to swallow a person at regular intervals with no cones, tape, signs of any kind and this is exactly what I mean by under-regulated. So what happens is that you learn fast that this is the norm in Morocco and you quickly take responsibility for yourself rather than expecting someone else to take care of your safety and protect you from every known and potential ...
... 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 ...