Dar El Khamlia

Address: Ksar Khamlia, Merzouga, 52202, Morocco | 2 star b&b
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This 2 star B&B, located on Ksar Khamlia, Merzouga, is near Merzouga Dunes.
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    Travel Blogs from Merzouga

    Merzouga and the Desert trip!

    A travel blog entry by victoriacronk on Dec 06, 2014

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... and had just worked with the animals and on the house, which was made from dirt and sand. They gave us the choice of sleeping in a room in the house or to sleep in the tent. We bravely chose to sleep in the tent and embrace the cold for the experience! They kindly supplied us with lots of blankets and pillows and we made a cosy bed on the floor. That night we slept with two pairs of socks, thermals, two fleeces a turban, a sleeping bag and five blankets and we still ...

    Fes - Day 1

    A travel blog entry by jonmorley on Nov 22, 2014

    2 comments, 29 photos

    A low, moaning sound awoke me, like the sound of an old air raid siren just starting to wind up. Gradually it resolved itself into a deep human voice, intoning a repetitive, hypnotic song-chant in the darkness. Then another call joined it from a more distant minaret across the city, then another, the three echoed and swirled about each other, and, as more voices joined, became a haunting pre-dawn chorus filling the cool air. There were no other sounds but ...

    Morocco part 2: the Sahara

    A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Jul 11, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... plodding along to the Berber tent camp we were staying for the night, Mohammad heard the call announcing the break of fasting for the day, and dropped down to start eating. Between gulps of food, he told us it was 15hrs since he last ate or drank. We were pretty ashamed that we had enlisted the services of a starving man as old as our fathers to guide us around the desert for 25euros each. After we got to the tent, he made us some tea and spoke to us. Like most Moroccans, ...

    Happy in the Sahara: Desert Foxes & Fossils

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 20, 2014

    28 photos

    ... it seemed did not support any vegetation at all. What the nomads' animals ate, we had no idea. Mohamed's passion for the desert need not have been infectious. We were truly in our element. The desert changed to sand and a few lonely flat topped Desert Tamarisks dotted the landscape. So this is what Africa looks like, I thought. Yes, it was as truly beautiful as I had hoped. Alan, despite his acute discomfort, was feeling the same. ...

    A Smashing Start: How Often Does the Sahara Flood?

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 19, 2014

    33 photos

    ... a much later and more inconvenient time. It was the beginning of quite an ordeal with the uncooperative Tunis Air.

    After our port, Mohamed accepted a glass of scotch from us but was more interested in assembling his hookah which he had bought that day. It was an unbelievably fiddly process which would take him hours each night and provide us with much entertainment - at his expense. Mohamed could be extremely funny.

    Did I have ...