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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Ask how much, never accept the first offer, half the asking price immediately and always have change when making deals. Live by these rules and survive Morocco. Morocco was on the top of our must sees whilst traveling, and it did not disappoint! In the plane whilst descending all you could see was desert and houses that appeared to not have roofs on them. Once we left the airport and drove into the heart of Marrackech I couldn't get the smile of my face! All the buildings were ...
... rose festival, and up into the mountains to the little village of Tamaloute and the Berber house where we are staying for 2 nights. It's very late when we arrive & everyone is a little frayed around the edges. It's been a very long day with poor Barb getting sick and Sue getting her credit card gobbled by the ATM. There is only time for dinner before the head hits the pillow for a long earned ...
After a nice breakfast including local goats cheese we hit the road hoping that the waterlevel had dropped sufficiently for us to continue to Dades Valley. We were in luck but still every few K's there was a lot of rubble across the road. On arrival at Dades Valley we booked in to the Auberge then went for a drive up the valley. The colour contrasts in the valley were fabulous going from a very green valley floor ...
... seeing a white guy all by himself in the middle of the desert. I explain that, yes, I’m walking to Toundout just to enjoy the scenery and, no, I don’t need a ride. He’s a helpful fellow and mentions that there are some caves down the gorge that are interesting—although I might need a guide to see them. He gives me his number and tells me if I need anything to ...
... big house in a big garden, all enclosed by a high wall. According to Ismail, these houses are the show off palaces of the nouveau riche.
Tinghir is a big regional city, busy because it was market day. Ismail offered a walk through a palmery (in Southern Morocco this means a farm area watered by a river as opposed to an oasis that is watered by a spring or a well). A local guide conducted the walk through this rich agricultural area of ...