We arrived by bus, at 6 a.m., an hour earlier than scheduled, but Ali stil had two cars waiting for us in the cold pitch black. We were disoriented and tired, unable to communicate w ith our drivers because we don't speak French, Arabic or Berber, but we were whisked off to the Guesthouse, where Ali was waiting. Breakfast was already laid in front of the fire. Rooms were waiting with the heaters going. That afternoon we took the cameltrek out to the tents, spending the night there and then coming back in the morning. It seemed as though every time we turned around we were being fed. The courtesy of the entire family was exceptional. The little touches delightful. Our last morning, Ali and his brother drove us back to the bus station. They had taken care of getting tickets for the next leg of our trip. This was definitely, the most touristy thing we did in Morocco and because of that it was also the most expensive by comparison, but still fabulous value. We were all amazed at the level of service, the quality of the food, and Ali's entrepenurial zeal. I arranged everything by email and Ali was always responsive. I would definitely recommend the whole experience.