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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... so we set off to find supermarket! Yes! Found it..we are the only foreigners... Kids are 'guarding' trolleys & are delighted to spot us, so hurriedly collect trolley for us, BUT, chap steps in & tells,them off! Collect our supplies, & off to the camp we go.
What a pleasant surprise, the camp is run by a French couple, & has pool & lots of space. Set up camp , cook dinner... Met a German chap who ...
... young son was assisting him. There were several kids that were only two weeks old. They were eating the thorny argon tree. Some of them did climb up a little. The shepherd told Lansari that they weren't too hungry. Just incredible. We went on to a winery and learned that they are producing wine in this area too. Our bus took us back into town and we walked through the medina to a home where we had a late lunch. A jam packed ...
... like a sauna, with benches built into the walls. The room was lit with candles and very hot and steamy, and we were provided with loofahs, body scrub and shampoo. In the corner was a well like structure out of which we could scoop bowls of water to douse ourselves with. After an hour in there, we were taken to the massage room for another hour of pampering. So after having done not very much during the day, ...
... transferred through the mountain pass of Tiza n'Tichka to our next hotel, near Ouirgane, for the next 2 nights.
The next morning we were off by van (with bikes on top) to a 12th century mosque high in the mountains near the pass of Tiza-n-Test. After our visit we set off back to our hotel with a fascinating ride through the Atlas Mountains bringing us through pass after pass for almost 50 km. The shifting winds kept this ...
... enough that I was joining them in Morocco, long back when they were all making their plans. But my money situation had been rough at the time and it was only at last minute arrangement that I'd flown out myself.
For this I missed out being in a luxury house. This riad was full, every room occupied already. This had been explained to me.
But then as I listened to the news of my friends I realised I was lucky not to be sharing that riad with them. For ...