Riad Itrane

Address: 113, Derb Jamaa, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco | 4 star b&b
 
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This 4 star B&B is located on 113, Derb Jamaa, Marrakech.
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    Waiting for Mohammed (Explore Day 01)

    A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on Apr 20, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... a petit taxi to our next hotel, La Grand Imilchil. After negotiating with 3 taxi drivers and walking half a kilometre with all our luggage, we gave in to the next driver and agreed to the princely sum of 50 dirhams (A$7). It was Jacques that also told us about the going rate for a horse and carriage but I think he was quoting 2013 prices. Most drivers just laughed at our suggestion and so we scored the oldest existing combo! One of the drivers even wished us luck as ...

    Day 5 - A Little Bit Of Luxury

    A travel blog entry by bgill on Jun 12, 2013

    ... long before the sun could affect things. As before, the views were superb if a little hazy. For the first time, we managed to see our ultimate goal, Mt. Toubkal. There was a bit of a breeze at the top so we didn’t hang around long. The descent took us back down to the same level we started at but was more challenging than the ascent because of the amount of scree. It was very difficult to keep our footing and everyone fell over at least once including ...

    Day 3 - On The Trail

    A travel blog entry by bgill on Jun 10, 2013

    ... almost about midday and time to set off. It was a steep uphill section to begin with along a route that had been changed at the last minute by Exodus due to government mining. The route was a man made track which meant it was easy walking, at least to begin with. This was our biggest ascent of the day but by no means the hardest. As we went uphill and down dale, the biggest problem soon became the heat. Even in the afternoon it became increasingly difficult under ...

    Mountain travels

    A travel blog entry by blythfamily on Mar 26, 2013

    4 photos

    ... Nowadays it's easier with a microphone!

    The road rose up and up the road winding up to 2100m and a long way down when something is coming the other way and you're overtaking a cyclist. At least Danny wasn't driving!!!

    Mint tea at the top and then a quick descent into the fertile plains. All the way we have seen goats and shepherds and people carrying stuff on donkeys. So many donkeys!

    Happy birthday ...

    Moroccan Roll...couscous we can!!!

    A travel blog entry by dgsutherland on Mar 10, 2012

    1 comment

    ... there was some guy at the entrance claiming he looked after the place and said that we had to pay 75-100 dirham (10-14NZD) to walk around when all of the other official places we had been to were 10-20 dirham. When we asked for his tourist card and that we wanted the official ticket that is issued for museums and historical sites he began speaking in French. It was obviously a rip off and we didn't want to get ourselves into a dodgy situation (the cemetary is surrounded by ...