Hotel Kasbah Azalay
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- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
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... doors using inlays of dromedary bones, mirrors, jewelry etc... All products are handmade of exceptional quality and can be ordered on site for delivery anywhere in the world.
Next we reach Tamegroute, an important centre of learning and religion, with its famous library containing more than 4000 books on medicine, mathematics and history. Tamegroute is also famous for its green pottery. We stopped at ...
... stage, but at exactly 6am, the dawn chorus started and completely drowned them out; in fact we couldn't even hear the donkeys above the birds....at least they were pleasant to listen to! Finally the cockerels.....Mark and I gave up and rolled out of bed!
It's our first full day of trekking so it's still feeling a bit new to everyone. Breakfast porridge is an experience that many people decided to avoid over the following days. It's basic and probably made with water rather than milk (don't think there's an electricity socket and fridge on that wagon!). Still, I figure it's energy and I know I'm going to need all the help I can get on that front so I drop in a dollop of Morocco's specialist apricot ...
A good though short nights sleep at the Zat Hotel followed by an early and indifferent breakfast. Fortunately I found our US contingent, Kathy Rice, Albert Rice and Kelly McGee already tucking in so distributed the remaining team t-shirts and the good luck charms from the Japanese group, Mukurojinokai. Then it was in to three mini buses for the long transfer over the mountain foothills to Mhamid which appeared to be pretty much in the middle of nowhere. A bit of ...
So here i am back in civilisation.
Ait benhaddou is the place where they shoot numerous films including gladiator, Prince of persia etc.
On the first day i met a bloke on the rooftoprestaurant who said he is from casablanca , who invited me to eat.
I was thinking he is a rich maroccan and said yes, because there were incredible amounts of food brought to the table. So when ...