Dar Mo'Da

182 rue el Moussine, Marrakech, Morocco | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Marrakech

Out of Africa ( south)

A travel blog entry by jkjohnson


... we have explored, Africa is a place where the beauty of the natural world overwhelms, catches you in the throat. You enter a transformative space that fosters an awareness of your astonishing insignificance on the planet. There is a touch of melancholy as we jet north. However, we are extremely fortunate, unfairly privileged and immensely grateful to have glimpsed the southern reaches of this magnificent ...

Cape Town: Feel the rhythm

A travel blog entry by jkjohnson


... who, at the age of 62, has never lived anywhere in the world for more than four years. She currently hangs her hammock in Ubud on the island of Bali. Together the three of us go to crammed seafood restaurants and boisterous wine bars. We always order a second bottle. At the Montebello Arts Centre we attend a fundraising dinner in the Garden Lounge. The band plays Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock on the marimbas. Candlelight dances under the trees. We feel the ...

Day 1 in Marrakech.

A travel blog entry by aliaruhi


... space in front of a building." Thus, one meaning could be "The mosque or assembly of death," or "The Mosque at the End of the World".[1] A more likely explanation is that it refers to a mosque with a distinctive courtyard or square in front of it.[2] Essentially, it's a place to shop, eat, hang out, and see all kind of interesting things, including snake charmers. There are a lot of beggars and I was worried the girls were going to give away all ...

Crossing the Mid-Atlas to the Saharan Desert

A travel blog entry by gmscholz


... ll buy one at the airport bookshop at Casablanca… airport bookshop?! There was not one in sight! We quickly figured out that no-one in Casablanca spoke English, just French or Arabic, but we managed to catch the train to the city, find a hotel that had a city map marked with an English school. The school bookshop only had dictionaries for sale but at least the ...

Souq it to me

A travel blog entry by beckano


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The next day we met with a long lost friend from Cornell who is currently living and working in Marrakech with her fiance. We had a lovely lunch together as she described her experiences in the country so far (both positive and negative), the challenges of pregnancy cravings for burritos in a land of couscous, and her advice on learning some key Arabic phrases. The most useful of these phrases was "Ana Raja, Inshallah" meaning "I will return, Allah ...

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This hotel, located on 182 rue el Moussine, Marrakech, is near Ali Ben Youssef Medersa (Madrasa), Bahia Palace, Koutoubia Mosque and Minaret, and Chez Ali.
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