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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      Travel Blogs from Asni

      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, ...

      1527. The Other side of the Atlas

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jun 06, 2013

      5 photos

      ... out it was just a canal high above that had its lock opened and closed.

      The second interesting thing about the Aoulouz region is the way the houses are designed. They're made out of earth, as is typical in all the Atlas mountain civilizations, but these have something different: on the upper floors there's a wide open room, with a roof, but no wall in front, making it visible to anyone passing. It looks like it's an area for hanging up clothes etc.
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      4x4 time... Berber Trail

      A travel blog entry by hbseasia2012 on Jan 31, 2013

      26 photos

      ... We stopped off at Nectarome, gardens where they grow plants for use in naturals oils, soaps and medicines, a chap who spoke very good English, but was like me and spoke really fast showed us around the gardens explaining the different uses specific plants oils can have, and then showed us how the Berber people used to make argon oil before the need became so vast they now use machines, it was very interesting and a lady was sat there demonstrating how to make ...

      Atlas Mountain Hike and Berber Villages

      A travel blog entry by kuhnglobaleyes on Nov 10, 2011

      79 photos

      ... by his wild-eyed gang of hooligans.

      Soon we were invited to learn how to cook the traditional Moroccan dish, the tajine, over a small grill mounted on top of a propane tank. First we all sat on low stools in the main room of the house and proceeded to skin and slice vegetables. The knives were extremely sharp and Lassan’s wife had very specific ways that she wanted things cut. When Vienna’s zucchini looked a little battered from her ...

      Asni, fording, wedding celebrations/arguments

      A travel blog entry by phil.aldridge on Apr 10, 2011

      10 photos

      ... and his family got out some maps and it quickly became apparent that he was going to give us the hard sell of a tour.

      Max took the lead, asking questions about the possible routes, and the costs of each. The costs didn't make much sense to me, with wildly varying prices for seemingly no reason, but they were all a little too high for all three of us. Unfortunately, Max wasn't really into the whole bartering thing and got really angry with their prices and ...