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The Rainy season was the best time to go. Very few groups on the mountain. We had the Rongai route all to ourselves, and it didn't even rain. It was great to meet the porters beforehand and help out with english classes. We even had time for a game walk.
One of the best and most surprising things about Madeira was the amazing variety of the walks - each day was different. Windswept coasts, laurel and eucalyptus forests, waterfalls, open moorland, and of course the flower-lined levadas. All lovely!
On the whole the trip was Ok and I'm glad I went. I did feel that there was too much time spent on the bus though. The trip notes did say this but with cancelled trains and extra bus journeys it wasn't much of a break.I have been on two previous exodus trips but this one just didn't have the vari...
The 3-star hotel known as Hotel Hadna situated in the centre of Marrakech was our allotted accommodation on my initial first night of my Exodus journey to Mount Toubkal, entailing not only climbing and overseeing the Atlas Range , Mount Toubkal North Africa's highest mountain , I also enjoyed a ...
Overall a very enjoyable holiday with some good rides and spectacular scenary, particularly Lake Bafa and group of nice people who all got on well. But the route could be improved so that less time is spent on busy roads - we probably spent in the region of 30-40% of our time on what were reall...
Morocco is a wonderful country where in May you can experinece life amongst the dunes in the Sahara desert and snow in the High Atlas. As an added bonus the night sky is awe inspiring, we never realised the Milky Way could be so dramatic.
Endless days of blue skies, sunshine and crystal clear waters - bliss! The days we spent on the boat were easily the best part of the holiday, along with the delicious food. There was plenty of time for relaxation - enough for me to finish a whole book! A really enjoyable holiday.