Kasbah Omar

Anrar, Marrakech, Morocco | B&B
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Marrakesh - Day 14

A travel blog entry by tlburgess


... deeper into them then I had ever been before, when we thought we’d found the end, we found another small alley which turned into even more shops and stalls we hadn’t seen before. It was nice to have some girly time just the 3 of us.

Tonight Rachid had organised a homeless party to feed the registered homeless people and have fun. Firstly they sat down to eat, and then we did – which was so uncomfortable eating in front ...

Morocco 2.0

A travel blog entry by dinojay2

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... of wearing nearly all our warm clothes in anticipation of just such an illogical occurrence, left us huddled together under Laynni’s recently “liberated” airline blanket like a couple of shrivelled and forgotten October peas. Of course, we only had the blanket for the second half of the trip anyway, after I eventually manage to use some horribly mangled French to convince our reluctant bus driver to let me get at our bags during our ...

Walking along Dades Gorge

A travel blog entry by carlosherbane


A good night's sleep was followed by an early start. On continued the speculation as to our future beyond Rabat. I suppose changes would inevitably stimulate conjecture and speculation.
Too much time was spent this morning attempting to locate my hat! It was silly for me to great instead of simply retracing my steps and checking the sleeping bag! (thanks Emma or should I ...

Across the Atlas to the Real Morocco

A travel blog entry by viva.sabata


... getting hazzahed into a cramped bus, stopping at every carpet shop along the way, and fending off aggressive touts. So having gotten a feel for the country we opted to rent a car in Marrakech and drop it off in Fez. Our DIY excursion should last 4 to 6 days. Since all of the travel guides are weak on this sort of adventure I'll try to provide enough detial so folks can follow in our footsteps. After somehow making it out of the mazes of Marrakech, we ...

Ait Benhaddou & Driving Back to Marrakech

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc


... 8211; a short 9-kilometer (5.6-mile) spur. This was one of the most-spectacular sights we’ve seen in Morocco. The village looked like the size of a few thousand residents, but only 10 families still reside in the old kesbah (fortress) built on a hillside overlooking the Ounila River. To reach the kesbah, we had to park the car in the village and walk down to the river, which had a couple inches of water flowing. We had to step across the river ...

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