Dar Qamar

Address: Route d'Aslim, Agdez, 45050, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Route d'Aslim, Agdez.
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      Caids and Kasbahs!

      A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Mar 19, 2014

      15 photos

      ... and forth through a large log.....and it is loud!!

      But are they donkeys or mules....well, its all in the size, apparently! Donkeys are small. Mules are bigger and stronger because a mule is a cross between a female horse and a male donkey! They have the strength of a horse but are low maintenance like a donkey (sounds like me)......and don't need shoeing in places like Morocco where they are mainly on dirt tracks or fields. And it ...

      Trek Day 7 (Booooooo)

      A travel blog entry by cowles on Sep 09, 2013

      41 photos

      Wow. What an amazing experience we just had. Not only is Morocco just an experience in itself, but this trek has allowed us to see things and experience the people and culture like never before. It has changed travel for us yet again. Today was our last day. So sad. We are going to have to start fending for ourselves again. As we made our way out of the Sahara, we had one last day of changing scenery going into mountains one last time to cross over into ...

      1114 Village with a View (Mor 356)

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Nov 29, 2011

      10 photos

      Day 054 : 1 hour, 2.7 kms

      I follow the road as it winds up the hillside giving me a great panoramic view of the region. On the other side of the river is a wide flood plain with sparse vegetation, giving it a different feel from the normal view of dense palm groves. Around another bend I reach the village of Ouzagood, perched atop a steep hill with long, narrow alleys leading to the impressive ruins of a mud castle and ...

      1110 The Isolated Side of the River (Mor 352)

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Nov 28, 2011

      8 photos

      ... away. Here, going to secondary school or going shopping would be quite a challenging undertaking…. But on the flip side, here, you can just let your kids run free without worrying about them getting hit by a car…

      The next town is actually a series of villages, but packed together, with no space to strum in between, so I decide to count them as one ...

      A tourist among the tourists

      A travel blog entry by mightyseven on Apr 10, 2009

      1 comment

      ... city was actually one of my best. I had to get a taxi to the bus station (as you can tell I was thrilled at that idea). I hailed a cab and asked the driver how much. He just asked me to get in, turned on the meter and only charged me a fraction of what I expected. I was so surprised I paid him double to thank him. I left on the bus today and arrived in Ouarzazate. It's towards the south which meant we had to cross the amazing Atlas ...