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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      High Atlas Mountains...Morocco!

      A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Oct 12, 2014

      88 photos

      ... both made it to Marrakesh safely, and with our luggage intact, about 5 hours apart from each other and met up that evening at Kasbah Tamadot, which is Ric************’s beautiful hotel, located in a remote setting, only a one hour drive from Marrakesh. It is a fantastic property, a former residence of one of the high officials of the area government, converted to a hotel 9 years ago. It sits on a hillside across the river valley from a small, ...

      Trekking the High Atlas

      A travel blog entry by spikidle on May 26, 2014

      8 photos

      ... us exactly three hours to the top of the pass.

      We stopped briefly at the top to recover but was to far exposed and cold to properly relax so we were quickly on our way again and instead stopped about 30 minutes later at an area that was far more sheltered than the pass for lunch. Afterwards we continued our journey down and eventually made it to a town that was assumably Assi and then about an hour later our final destination of Timichi. It took us four hours ...

      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 ...

      1525. The Courthouse of the Spirits

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jun 04, 2013

      70 photos

      ... very different experience.

      It's not quite dark yet, so I'm going to do a little more exploring upstream. A little ways up is another beautiful waterfall--this one I can get up close and personal with. And at the bottom of the cliff are some patches of--yep--snow. Snow in June. Another surreal moment. Just to think that this morning I was experiencing suffocating heat in Marrakech... and now I'm picking up a handful of snow.

      I head back towards Le Refuge, and find ...

      Atlas Mountain Hike and Berber Villages

      A travel blog entry by kuhnglobaleyes on Nov 10, 2011

      79 photos

      ... as they move down the street, usually in pairs. We donned the djellabas and a black wool veil from our room, in order to venture out into the crisp air to enjoy our deck, which looked down on the small, leaping river below that tumbled over boulders and between yellow and amber-clad trees.

      In the morning, we took off on foot out the back door of our riad and across the bridge over the stream. After a short walk we met up with several heavily-laden ...