Maison Tizgui

Address: Tinerhir, Morocco | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tinerhir

A Day in the Life

A travel blog entry by nangarner on Feb 11, 2015

3 comments, 9 photos

... tribes do different designs. Each one is unique. We wound up buying a small one. Just too beautiful to pass up! Our last stop was at the home of a woman who does henna painting. It was interesting to learn about the process and watch her work. I had one done on my hand. Fun!! We returned to our hotel for 40 minutes. Then we went back out to dinner in a huge red tent. Our ingredients were made into soup and chicken tagine. Berber musicians performed for us. An excellent ...

Into the Freezer

A travel blog entry by mmcnamara on Jan 01, 2015

3 photos

... asked me their names. Camel, horse, donkey, elephant... He was learning their names in English. As we talked, the next stall holder asked, "Do you have time for tea?" "Of course!" I said. "We always have time for tea." I departed as buses, minivans and hire cars began migrating into the gorge. I stopped at a viewpoint overlooking a Palmerie near the entrance to the valley. Here, I noticed a four wheel drive decorated with a couple of kangaroo road signs. I pulled over and said, "I had ...

Over the High Atlas: The Camel Man and The Storm

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 18, 2014

45 photos

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Small intensively farmed plots clung to the river flats; the stark green brilliance of the crops contrasting sharply against a framework of surrounding barren mountain peaks. Women worked the plots in long traditional clothing and donkeys mostly provided the transport for the newly harvested crops.

Around an hour out of Midelt we drove through the gated township of Er Rich. A large commercial centre, ...

Into the abyss

A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on Apr 25, 2014

1 comment, 52 photos

... they were my responsibility. We would have travelled 200km plus, and it would have been a headache to retrieve them.

The ride was 40km on a flat stage in the desert. The interesting bit was a pause in a place where old wells existed to extract Atlas mountain water. Ancient Khettara water irrigation system. See google extract.

The khettara or foggara represents an ancient sophisticated technique which enables underground ...

Day 10 travel to ouarzazate

A travel blog entry by cindyaserkoff on Sep 28, 2013

We drove through the dades valley. Still having the atlas mountains in our sights we saw rock formations that are shaped like monkey paws. From there we visited a local family where we observed and then ate Berber pizza. It is bread, onion, a little fat, spices. It was really good. The family had 5 adorable little girls who sang a song for us. We then walked through another gorge with breathtaking views. From there we drove to a ...