La Petite Kasbah
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and laughing and enjoying our strong tea until they called us to tell us dinner was ready. In the dining tent 2 big round tables had been set up for dinner with a huge chicken tagine placed on each. It tasted amazing and the chicken was lovely and tender, it was so filling too. We made our way over to the lit campfire where Mustafa and two other men waited for us. They played music as we danced around the fire – then taught us how to play their ...
... Meanwhile brian is sleeping like a little baby. As I shine the tiny light beam near my bedside table, I see a sizable dark dot dart away...I have no idea which direction I am so freaked out. "BRIAN! BRIAN! Wake UP. There's something in here!!!" (Bri = not happy). Finally he gets up, turns on the light, goes into the bathroom and says "HOLY ****, that was the biggest la Cuca-Racha I have ever seen"!
WTF...THAT is what was on the night stand ...
... trips like this so precious to me.
We bid adieu to our little camp, and bounced our way back across the desert in our 4x4s to meet up with our regular bus and crazy driver Khaled.
The first stop after reaching the buses was a monument in honor of Moulay Ali Sharif. This is the location where the current ruling dynasty (Alwad - sp?) of Morocco began in the early 17th century. The first king of this dynasty came to this region with the intent ...
... good pics of their Kasba. Our restaurant for lunch was really delicious—probably our best meal yet in Morocco. Kebabs and cous cous, both Moroccan delicacies! Very good. The rest of the ride back was pretty unremarkable—we all slept for most of it.
The van arrived back in Marrakesh around 5 PM and our night bus didn’t leave until 11 PM, so we had a ton of time to do some shopping! We ...
... a way into the castle itself. A young boy follow me as I enter the darkened gate and do my best to explore it’s halls and chambers in the darkness. The guy doesn’t ask for money—but I figure I should give him something anyways…
There’s another village just a few hundred meters away, so I figure I’ll go ahead and cram in one last town before I call it a ...