Travel Blogs from Erfoud, Morocco

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Rissani and the edge of Sahara, Rissani and Erfoud, Morocco travel blog

Rissani and the edge of Sahara

A travel blog entry by catmoj

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... growing each year, spreading outwards and threatening to engulf small communities on its perimeter. The water table in southern Morocco has dropped because of a dam that was built. The positives of technology for the urban masses have negatively impacted ...

Overnight in Erfoud & beautiful countryside views, Erfoud, Morocco travel blog

Overnight in Erfoud & beautiful countryside views

A travel blog entry by bumihills

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Heading in the direction of Erfoud we passed through the cedar woods of the middle Atlas Mountains and a charming "German style" sky resort.  As we departed the city the following morning we continued on to Rissani, where the ancestor of the present ...

Camels are Cool!!!, Erfoud, Morocco, Morocco travel blog

Camels are Cool!!!

A travel blog entry by zolab

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... called camels and they live in Mongolia and Afghanistan and have fur that is more wooly. (But I will call the dromedaries here in Morocco camels anyway because everyone does.) When we got to the camp, I was amazed! I saw four camels waiting for us to ...

Spanish Resort, Erfoud, Morocco travel blog

Spanish Resort

A travel blog entry by corinneconley

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            The first thing we did in Erfoud was shower.  Most everyone only bathed at the Hamman once during the week because the temperatures were too cold to do otherwise!  This resort was... well ...

Sunrise in the Sahara Desert, Merzouga, Erfoud, Todra Gorge and Ouarzazate, Morocco travel blog

Sunrise in the Sahara Desert

A travel blog entry by suzy-q

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... day even though it was only about 4 hours.  One amazing morning.    More long drives followed.  Morocco is a huge country and we sure did a lot of driving!  Leaving Erfoud behind us we headed for the ...

CHAPTER 4 - OVER THE HILLS AND FAR AWAY, Erfoud, Morocco travel blog

CHAPTER 4 - OVER THE HILLS AND FAR AWAY

A travel blog entry by barneyandpier

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... scenery throughout this and all of the trip down to Fes has again been amazing. When God was taking orders for landscapes, I think Morocco opted for the buffet and got a little bit of everything on its plate. So far we have had mountains, forests, ...

OMG!  Camels!, Erfoud, Morocco travel blog

OMG! Camels!

A travel blog entry by island_girl

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Hello all, sorry for not posting the last couple days, but it would have been slightly difficult seeing as i was IN THE MIDDLE OF THE SAHARA DESERT!! ;) I flew from Milan to London Gatwick, where i had a 26hr stopover (which happened to be ...

Desert Oasis, Erfoud, Morocco, Morocco travel blog

Desert Oasis

A travel blog entry by zolab

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... fell asleep listening the musicians from the night before, lying on the carpets in the tent. INTERVIEW WITH MOHAMMED AND BOUGEMA Khamlia, Morocco Sahara Desert How old are you? Bougema: 13 (this is his first year to fast all day for Ramadan) ...

My Day in the Sahara Dessert, Erfoud and Merzouga, Morocco travel blog

My Day in the Sahara Dessert

A travel blog entry by efaulkner

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... can see the whole scene. It was great. We drove through many small town and got to see a lot more of the real Morocco. When we got the Erfoud, we headed to our friend's cousin's shop who he came to visit. The shop was very nice, lots of fossils ...

the sahara, Erfoud, Morocco travel blog

the sahara

A travel blog entry by kdidricksen

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Yes, I am still alive and well in Morocco Time has stood still here in many ways and it has been difficult to find internet service Today I rode a camel in the sahara and climbed a large sand dune - just because if youre in the sahara you really have ...

The long drive to Erfoud, Erfoud, Morocco travel blog

The long drive to Erfoud

A travel blog entry by suzy-q

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The next day was an all day drive through the Atlas Mountains to Erfoud, the small town that was our home for the night.  The hotel at this town was by far the most impressive we stayed in.  Most of the hotels were quite good but this ...

Snake charmers, skanky hotels, the Sahara desert, Erfoud, Morocco travel blog

Snake charmers, skanky hotels, the Sahara desert

A travel blog entry by carleenrenee

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... see the Ziz valley on the way. It is a lush palm forest snaking through the middle of the desert. Very picturesque. From Erfoud, we took a Landrover to Merzouga, where we stored our backpacks and bought big scarves to use as turbans to protect us from ...

what really needs to be taught at A-level French, Erfoud, Morocco travel blog

what really needs to be taught at A-level French

A travel blog entry by marrakeshtocape

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... day cos, as soon as I stepped off the bus, I was approached by people offering trips there. And so, yesterday morning, I wandered round Erfoud for a bit and was approached by a lad who then showed me some photos and went with me to Merzouga to one of the ...

Rashid, Erfoud, Morocco travel blog

Rashid

A travel blog entry by bigbenn

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... the stops we would be making on our drive down south. Our first stop was the a town our guide called the "Switzerland of Morocco". Situated high in the Middle atlas mountains, the town felt more like a European ski resort than desert town. In fact, ...

toilet trips, bizarre dinners and something else, Chefchaouen, Morocco travel blog

toilet trips, bizarre dinners and something else

A travel blog entry by marrakeshtocape

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... me feel like e right scruff in my mucky, baggy trousers, and it felt a lot more affluent and European than other parts of Morocco. I could've even started to mistake it for Penrith on Monday morning - was windy, cold and shucking it down so much that I ...

Sahara Finally, Erfoud, Morocco travel blog

Sahara Finally

A travel blog entry by martin84

Dune surfing ...

Drive from Fes to Erfoud, Erfoud, Morocco travel blog

Drive from Fes to Erfoud

A travel blog entry by mugharrington

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... ; It was delicious and plenty for me.  Next door was the Taddart Museum which has all kinds of fossils and minerals from Morocco and around the world.  They had some terrific specimens there.  Most items for sale appeared to be from Morocco ...

Camels and the Sahara Desert, Sahara Desert, Morocco travel blog

Camels and the Sahara Desert

A travel blog entry by chrismal

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... because we all knew each other. There was Wombat, Leith, Elle, Jo, and Ange who we had met in Malaga and traveled through Morocco with, they are all from Perth. There were 2 guys and girls from the USA, Washington State about 20 minutes from Canada Beau, ...

Chilling by the Dunes, Erfoud, Morocco travel blog

Chilling by the Dunes

A travel blog entry by dani.bora

... , and we have now stopped in Erfoud, a stone-throw away from the (apparently) incredible sand dunes of Erg Chebbi, in Eastern Morocco. Tomorrow we'll head in the desert proper and camp there for a night before making our way back to Khenifra, my ...

Drive from Fez to the Desert, Arfoud, Morocco travel blog

Drive from Fez to the Desert

A travel blog entry by alandliz

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... , bushes, flowers and palm trees. Have travelled through some amazing scenery and certainly the type that we imagined for Morocco. The countryside changed from lush fertile plains to high mountain terrains to arid desert. Can you believe we also came ...

Day 6 - 28 December 2008, Erfoud, Morocco travel blog

Day 6 - 28 December 2008

A travel blog entry by billybull

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... in one of the shops,  then it was back on the coach to drive on to Immouzer and the largest forest in Morocco. Here we were entertained by a large group of Macaque monkeys who were quite dismissive of their appreciative audience. Then, into Berber ...

"Cross the desert sands"

A travel blog entry by fsofield

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... Amazigh tent, while the static made Federica's hair stand on end.  Watching the sunset atop the highest dune in Morocco, chatting with Max and then talking God and other things of equal importance with Kyle while watching the stars.  Dancing to ...

A night in the Sahara, Erfoud, Morocco travel blog

A night in the Sahara

A travel blog entry by debbie.chung

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... yesterday (the homemade version). Also toured the "palais" of Moulay Ali Sharif (founder of the current 'Alaouite' dynasty of Morocco in the 1600's), and a nearby ksar (a fortified village of families with allegiance to the King), both in Rissani. After ...

Erfoud & Meski Oasis, Erfoud, Morocco travel blog

Erfoud & Meski Oasis

A travel blog entry by traveltragic

Great scenery as we followed Ziz Valley to Erfoud Sandhills, herds of camels Shopping at Erfoud market Back to the pool at Meski for the ...

Jun 26, 2009, Erfoud, Morocco travel blog

Jun 26, 2009

A travel blog entry by hasch

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Glorious Dessert, Erfoud, Morocco travel blog

Glorious Dessert

A travel blog entry by cahoward

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Dessert whispers. Dessert glows. Dessert sand is warm, soft and fine. Shadows are black and when the sun goes down everything is dark and still but for the wind moving the sand along the crests and the spread of the hoves of the camels. 10 minutes before ...

20 hours of driving and 2 camels rides later..., Marzouga, Morocco travel blog

20 hours of driving and 2 camels rides later...

A travel blog entry by sampowers

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Weekend trip!  This weekend we took a trip out the the Sahara Dessert. We left Friday after work in a van full of 12 volunteers.  We hired a guide to take us there, named Hamza, and he was the greatest!  We drive for five hours Friday ...

short stop in Erfoud, Erfoud, Morocco travel blog

short stop in Erfoud

A travel blog entry by gloshiv

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... along the way.  We stopped over in Erfoud to buy cell phone minutes.  My cell phone did not function in Morocco.  I have since learned it is best to just purchase a to go phone when traveling to different countries since they have ...

8 settembre-Ifrane-Midelt-Erfoud (365 km), Erfoud, Morocco travel blog

8 settembre-Ifrane-Midelt-Erfoud (365 km)

A travel blog entry by karlamato

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... regista Stephen Sommers; March or Die - 1977 - Direttore Dick Richards. Mentre molti Ksars (villaggi fortificati) esistono da secoli, Erfoud stato costruito nuovo dai francesi intorno al 1920.  Nei dintorni di Erfoud si trovano molte cave a cielo ...

Camels, Camels, Camels, Erfoud, Morocco travel blog

Camels, Camels, Camels

A travel blog entry by igo

... into the little courtyard formed by our tents and was struck by the brilliance of the full moon. As with so many things in Morocco, it's hard to describe. I could have read the finest print in that light!4:30 rise and shine. We pulled on some clothes ...

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