Kasbah Omar

Address: Anrar, Marrakech, Morocco | B&B
 
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    High Atlas Hiking

    A travel blog entry by ruthii on Mar 29, 2015

    ... us, it was an absolutely stunning setting for a delicious traditional home-coked lunch. Fresh salads, spiced lentils, skewers of chicken marinated in turmeric, fluffy rice and a spiced omelette served in a traditional tagine, its light, airy texture hissing and steaming as the lid was removed. It was delicious food, and out paid to any semblance of my understanding of what Moroccan food was like - having long been a fan of Moroccan chicken soup, this was in a ...

    Marrakesh - Day 5

    A travel blog entry by tlburgess on Nov 06, 2013

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    ... Project. Rachid, our support worker and his friend Hamid joined us on this project. Rachid would draw the pictures and cartoons on the exterior walls of the school and we'd paint them purely to brighten up the building and make it a more welcoming place.

    Hamid was a very good looking man. He was well built with big muscly shoulders and was the most attractive Moroccan man I'd met so far. He joined us in the taxi so me and Pav ...

    Day 6 - Up And Down

    A travel blog entry by bgill on Jun 13, 2013

    ... Although the sun was out, it was chilly and my fleece was required again whilst we had a short lunch in between fighting off a hungry donkey! I was feeling ok at 3500m above sea level apart from a slight headache again. We weren’t up there long anyway. The descent for me proved to be more difficult than the ascent, on my knees at least. Most of the group have walking poles and although i have one, i haven’t used it yet but i wish i had today. Despite ...

    1527. The Other side of the Atlas

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jun 06, 2013

    5 photos

    ... where I stayed the night is the beginning of a 72 kilometer desert river civilization following a narrow valley all the way to Aoulouz, where it joins the Souss River, one of most important regions of Southern Morocco. Of course there are similarities to the other desert river civilizations I've followed... the Draa River, Oued Melh to Ouarzazate, Dades, Amzrit, Ziz... But each one does have something unique and new to discover.

    This civilization which ...

    Walking along Dades Gorge

    A travel blog entry by carlosherbane on Mar 27, 2012

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    ... Susan) for it by the way! And there it was crisis over!

    I went for a walk with a great desire to walk through Dades Gorge just before lunch time. Strangest he associations one makes! I love to walk. Mum loves to walk. I love to walk with my mum and here's Dades Gorge. It was like my mum was with me as I walked through the villages along the gorge. At least ...