Travel Blogs from Tinerhir, Morocco

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The Land of The Rip Off, Todra Gorge, Morocco travel blog

The Land of The Rip Off

A travel blog entry by hildreth75

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... , "we go to ATM now, I have a knife." The guy went away eventually and we got our tickets eventually. Just another day in Morocco. Back up in the Gorge our hotel decided not to turn on the electricity to the rooms so we were in total darkness trying to ...

Vacation from the Vacation, Todra, Morocco travel blog

Vacation from the Vacation

A travel blog entry by segacs

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Today was a much-needed break from the hectic pace of the trip. We started with a well-appreciated sleep-in. In fact, I nearly slept in too late; I hit my alarm when it went off at the decadent hour of nine, and didn't open my eyes again until a quarter ...

Between a rock and a hard place, Tinghir, Morocco travel blog

Between a rock and a hard place

A travel blog entry by twovines

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... but we'd like to pay the Moroccan fare please, not the tourist rate. I add that we have been travelling for nearly one month in Morocco and have taken share taxis many times...we know that 40 Dh is too much. OK, OK he says, please wait whilst I talk to ...

Gorges, Tinerhir, Morocco travel blog

Gorges

A travel blog entry by morocco-reed

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The Gorges near Tinerhir We are near Tinerhir today where there are two magnificent gorges.  One is called the Dades and the other is called the Todra.   Today we went to the Todra Gorge and along the way decided to climb up one of the ...

Tinerhir, Todra Gorge, Dades Gorge, Tinerhir, Morocco travel blog

Tinerhir, Todra Gorge, Dades Gorge

A travel blog entry by mys

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... oasis with palms. Around them, cities are usually built. The shades are still getting shorter and about 9 o'clock we arrive at Tinerhir, a starting point for a drive to Todra Gorge. But before reaching the actual rocks, one has to drive along a valley ...

A cheval, Tinerhir, Morocco travel blog

A cheval

A travel blog entry by vmarchal

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Voici, un site géologique assez impressionnant: les gorges de Todra Imaginez vous, une palmeraie, autour d'une rivière enserrée entre 2 pans de pierre, que vous traversez a cheval. Et l'hôtel avec vu sur les ...

Not the Grand Canyon, Todra, Morocco travel blog

Not the Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by segacs

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... a bottle shop whose entrance was buried surreptitiously around the corner from a supermarket. Wine, beer and spirits are readily available in Morocco, but you need to be discreet about them; as a Muslim country, they're frowned upon to say the least, and ...

Todra Gorge, Tinerhir, Morocco travel blog

Todra Gorge

A travel blog entry by flowergyaru

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What I didn't write in my last update was that I am travelling with a wee special Moroccan boy now. Hassan, Berber nomad and owner of 4 camels! It was a bit of a relief to leave Merzouka. I wanted to spend more time with Hassan but was ready to ...

Many Shades of Red, Tinerhir, Morocco travel blog

Many Shades of Red

A travel blog entry by jcastellan

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Market day, Tinerhir, Morocco travel blog

Market day

A travel blog entry by tayka

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... the road was crumbling away and was probably not a good idea to drive along in darkness, so we turned around and camped just outside Tinerhir. The following morning we went to a huge open market in town and then reattempted the drive through the ...

Todra Gorge, Tinerhir, Morocco travel blog

Todra Gorge

A travel blog entry by peterebecca

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Todra Gorge was amazing - we had dinner at a hotel in the gorge before returning early the next morning for a 5 hour hike in the surrounding ...

Les gorges de Todrâa, Tinerhir, Morocco travel blog

Les gorges de Todrâa

A travel blog entry by mapoirat

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Pa plus à dire depuis mais certains ont apparemment appréciés les photos alors je continue à partager! Et bienvenue à tous ceux qui veulent me ...

Premier pas dans le Sahara, Tinerhir, Morocco travel blog

Premier pas dans le Sahara

A travel blog entry by mapoirat

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Salam! Lors de mon dernier message, j'étais dans le bus sur la route de rissani et des dunes de Merzouga... J'ai depuis fait mes premiers pas Sahariens, à dos de dromadaire, toujours en compagnie de mes 2 croates et de Nancy qui est rentrée au pays ...

Tinerhir - The Beat Of Your Drum, Tinerhir, Morocco travel blog

Tinerhir - The Beat Of Your Drum

A travel blog entry by adrianmurray

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... it is just plain awkward. And intimidating. Not to mention nervewracking, frightening, yada yada...... We head through Ouarzazate towards Tinerhir, via the Dandes Valley and its Gorge. This is another of Dave's ideas. The road is yet again crazy ...

Wandering through a gorge and palmery, Tinerhir, Morocco travel blog

Wandering through a gorge and palmery

A travel blog entry by adamz

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... . Three people from the group were heading to Fez/Meknes and asked to be dropped off at Rissani and I wanted to get dropped at Tinerhir so I could spend a day or two walking in the gorge and vegging out thinking about where to go before I run out of time ...

Day 9 - Tineghir to Touama, Tinghir, Morocco travel blog

Day 9 - Tineghir to Touama

A travel blog entry by cmorony

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This morning we had breakfast together and then split again. Mike & Alex took the loop through Todra Gorge and Dades Gorge. I had come down through Todra Gorge yesterday and with the dirt section at the top and thoughts of no insurance cover, I opted ...

Sahara, Sahara Desert, Morocco travel blog

Sahara

A travel blog entry by lizconnie

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This part of my adventure starts with a small four wheel drive session across the start of the Sahara Desert, to meet our Camels, our next mode of transport. My Camels name was Jimmy, and did well by me by not smelling, spitting or having fleas, I was ...

Morocco - days 2 to 8, Todra Gorge, Morocco travel blog

Morocco - days 2 to 8

A travel blog entry by lovin_apples

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... of having to read what i did every day and instead do a summary of each place, as well as an overview on my time in morocco as well. Sunday 3rd August - Chefchaouen Our first day was pretty cruisy. We met at 8am and got to know the truck, then ...

Day 9  - 31 December 2007, Tinerhir, Morocco travel blog

Day 9 - 31 December 2007

A travel blog entry by billybull

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... local family she had befriended so I was left in much longed for peace. I walked down the hill into the centre of Tinerhir, which is a pretty unremarkable small town set in the Atlas Mountains. The centre is modern and the villages around the two ...

Day 8 - 30 December 2008, Tinerhir, Morocco travel blog

Day 8 - 30 December 2008

A travel blog entry by billybull

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... a lot of travelling on the road, it was pleasurable. The contrasts in scenery was fascinating. I never realised the landscape of Morocco was so diverse. Also, we would spend this time moving around the coach, sitting next to different people and sharing ...

Valley of Casbahs & Tinerhir, Morocco, Oct 4, 2007, Tinerhir, Morocco travel blog

Valley of Casbahs & Tinerhir, Morocco, Oct 4, 2007

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67

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Once through Ziz Gorge and over a few spectacularly barren passes we entered the true desert environment and the land of the casbahs, spectacular fortified communal dwellings that I like to call early Berber condominiums.  And not only does the ...

High Atlas Hike, October 5, 2007, Tinerhir, Morocco travel blog

High Atlas Hike, October 5, 2007

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67

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... remote heard, 'Ashara dirham, ashara dirham!'              Nothing's free in Morocco;              You must pay for a photo. ...

Todra Gorge, Morocco, October 4, 2007, Tinerhir, Morocco travel blog

Todra Gorge, Morocco, October 4, 2007

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67

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Todra Gorge is supposedly the most impressive of several spectacular clefts into the High Atlas Range in Central Morocco, most than 1,000 feet deep and some small fraction of that in width at its narrowest point.  Todra is part of a broader canyon ...

Todra Gorge, Tinerhir, Morocco travel blog

Todra Gorge

A travel blog entry by traveltragic

Great scenery driving through the "Kasbah Country" - red mountains, mud-brick villages & palm groves Couple of hours to reach Tineghir, then 14 km up into Todra Gorge Lunch by the spring in the cool shadows cast by the amazingly high gorge walls ...

One Hump or Two?, Tinerhir, Morocco travel blog

One Hump or Two?

A travel blog entry by paul.dombrowski

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... be the most aggressive of the cities we have been to. Tomorrow we have another long drive to Marrakech with a few stops along the way. We'll spend 2 days there and leave for Barcelona. I'm just about "Morocco-ed out!" Life is good but my ass ...

Rock!, Tinerhir, Morocco travel blog

Rock!

A travel blog entry by laura99

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Attention, attention... It is now official. I have conquered the rockface at Todra Gorge. Forty-five metres of sheer cliff, with nothing but a harness, some rope, and a guy named Aziz standing between myself and certain death. It was great. ...

Jan 08, 2011, Todra gorge, Morocco travel blog

Jan 08, 2011

A travel blog entry by kennethj

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Rocks, cliffs and waddis, Tinerhir, Morocco travel blog

Rocks, cliffs and waddis

A travel blog entry by robinandjulie

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Arriving in the Todra Gorge at around 8.30pm, we found Kasbah Les Roches, our hotel for the night, without any difficulty.  We couldn't miss it.  The gorge was narrow, with the road running along one side and the river on the other.  ...

A gorge or two, Tinerhir, Morocco travel blog

A gorge or two

A travel blog entry by alister.bland

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... ride about 9am on Wed and then we set off for Tinerhir and the Todra gorge.  Not so far and nice scenery. Shopped at Tinerhir for food and then drove onto the entrance of the gorge - 15km_ and booked into a guest house where we bunked on the ...

Pit Stop, Tineghir, Morocco travel blog

Pit Stop

A travel blog entry by thepedro

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