Maison D'Hotes Kasbah Taborihte

Address: Gorges de Todga, Tinerhir, Morocco | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on Gorges de Todga, Tinerhir.
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      Travel Blogs from Tinerhir

      A Day in the Sahara

      A travel blog entry by nangarner on Feb 09, 2015

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... to warm me. Then I brought some to Ed. A better way to wake up. I went back out to shoot some more. We had a yummy breakfast. Eggs were made in the tagine: eggs, tomato and onions. Delicious. I am so glad that we bought a tagine! We got to take a 30 minute walk in the desert. There were rocks, plants and then we saw a nomadic Shepherdess walking her sheep to graze. Lansari stopped by a bush and told us it was poisonous. He opened the pod ...

      Into the Freezer

      A travel blog entry by mmcnamara on Jan 01, 2015

      3 photos

      ... because I saw your stickers. I'm from Australia." After a short introduction, the Swiss couple driving the car explained they had spent a year in Australia and we're now on tour in Morocco. What was special was the way they actually recognised and conversed with locals selling souvenirs. Many tourists in Morocco, conditioned to buying cheap, manufactured stuff off a production line paradoxically view someone selling something made of their own hands as a 'hassle'. The couple shared a ...

      Day 9 a day in the life in tinghir

      A travel blog entry by cindyaserkoff on Sep 26, 2013

      ... madrasah to learn the Koran by heart and eventually become Imams. Today there are no more madrassah. We then walked to the mellah, the Jewish quarter again from the 14th century. Today nomads live there as one of their places. For our day in the life we were given money to purchase the food for our dinner tonight at the food market. ...

      Days 6&7 in the Sahara desert

      A travel blog entry by cindyaserkoff on Sep 25, 2013

      ... were called the blue men because of their clothing. We also visited a village that was the source if slaves for the slave traders. We heard traditional gnawa music and dance (trance music). On the way back we stopped at wadi to lunch for our fossils and actually found some. We did see the sunset but it was incredibly windy with sand blowing in your eyes. The camp staff performed song and dance for us. The stars were amazing!!! The Sahara is definitely a bucket list ...

      Between a rock and a hard place

      A travel blog entry by twovines on May 06, 2013

      7 photos

      ... remind Ian about leaving the seat up here. We take mint tea and order dinner. It is 7pm. We choose omelette and chips thinking it will be quick as we are starving. We watch the sunset from the terrace. It is beautiful. Still no other guests, it's now clear there is no-one here apart from us. We listen to the call to prayer from the mosque and observe the stars. Funny how the plough appears to be upside down from here. It's now nine o'clock and our dinner arrives. Exhausted from lack ...