Kasbah La Fibule du Draa
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the last large town before the desert. Here would be our resting place for the evening. We passed along the only road in the town, lined with shops bedecked with colourful scarves and pottery, the proprietors dozing on three legged stools in the doorways. Travel agents with brightly painted signs were adorned with pictures of camels and four wheeled drive vehicles, reminding us again of the treat that lay in store for us. We arrived at our hotel, only to be quickly waved back out ...
... stage of their journey to "The Forbidden South" of Morocco before heading into the disputed zone of Southern Morocco & Western Sahara.
Today, the hotel focuses on attracting tourists who share a love of the desert wilderness and a desire to gain an understanding of the history, culture and way of life of the Berber peoples. The location of the hotel is actually at Taouz, part of the Ouzina district and of ...
... walked me behind the back on the tents in view of the toilets 100 yards away. He started to kiss my cheeks and tell me how beautiful I was. I could see Pav in the corner of my eye watching us and tried to make it clear how uncomfortable I was so she’d come over, but I finally managed to shake him off and we made our way over to the communal area for mint tea.
The tea was sweeter than I had tasted before. We sat cross legged on the ground as a ...
... host to no less than 32 films. All big movies, including Gladiator, Jewel in the Nile, The Mummy, and recently, game of thrones.
After, an hour, we had some food. Tradtional Moroccan Tagine beef for me, and a coke.
A hour or so later, we arrived at our destination, as far as the mini bus was concerned.
We were instructed to buy a Shemagh (Arabic head scarf), for 5 euros, to protect from the sun. Although we were mainly travelling the hour and ...
... the street performers with snakes and monkeys in the square! On the bus back to to the hotel Abdoul admitted he had forgotten to collect a bowl someone had bought at the pottery place during the week, but to make up for it he bought 3 bowls! We gave him, Village People Man and The Driver our tips and had a group photo by the pool with the cheeky addition of a Travel Talk sign before saying our goodbyes. Was actually quite emotional... But no tears ...