Sel d'Ailleurs

Address: BP 183, KM 59 Imarigha, Route de Taroudant, Asni, 42150, Morocco | B&B
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This B&B, located on BP 183, KM 59 Imarigha, Route de Taroudant, Asni, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    1525. The Courthouse of the Spirits

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jun 04, 2013

    70 photos

    ... br>
    Now, I'm not an expert on the topic, and I'm still pretty confused on how it's all supposed to work--so if you want a full explanation you'll need to look elsewhere (there are some youtube videos with French subtitles on the subject). Here's what I understand: Demons, or "djinn" as their known in Islam, have a sort of hiearchy. and here in Sidi Chamharouch dwells their lord. But unlike the common Hollywood depiction of demons as purely evil monsters who do nothing ...

    Last day of "Camp"

    A travel blog entry by georgia_d on Apr 12, 2013

    13 photos

    So this morning I had to say good bye to Dan, James, Bonnie, Rose and Minnie because they were going into Marrakech before everyone else so that they could look around before flying home. So after they left I went with some of the Moroccan students up to our trees again because we needed to water them before we left. Once we got back everyone was getting their plant ...

    Atlas Mountain Hike and Berber Villages

    A travel blog entry by kuhnglobaleyes on Nov 10, 2011

    79 photos

    ... breath. We talked a lot to Abdul, who kept us entertained with Berber legends and descriptions of life in the villages. The morning passed quickly and soon we were stopping on a barren mountain pass studded with rocks and swept by a constant chilly breeze. The men set to work spreading out blankets and mats for us to rest on, and they proceeded to unload the mules and set up a kitchen in a half-circle wall of mud bricks. After spending a good part of the night ...

    High ideals in the High Atlas

    A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Aug 22, 2011

    ... which I laughingly retored, saying I'd never compared myself to an acclimatised mule before and couldn't understand why we hadn't needed to keep up with up when we were going up!!!

    It was good to get back (in the same time as the Spanish, I might add) and get that very necessary shower, gear sorted out, a good siesta (since the Spanish were and I didn't want to make a noise) and chicken tagine. Ibrahim joined Raceem and the rest ...

    The Roof of North Africa, Jebel Toubkal

    A travel blog entry by mark.wilson on May 24, 2011

    35 photos

    ... Peter, somehow I don't think he's though this through!).

    25th May 2011

    Woke up at 5:30 in order to set off for around 6ish. Unfortunately, the weather was working against us as it was still raining and no breaks in the cloud could be seen. Peter wisely decided to rent a waterproof coat from the refuge, and he also borrowed my hat and Joe's spare jumper and gloves.

    We waited around for about an hour, by which point the rain had died down ...