Auberge Jaafar Kasbaa Itto

Route du Cirque Jaafar & Imilchil km6.5, Midelt, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Route du Cirque Jaafar & Imilchil km6.5, Midelt.
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Travel Blogs from Midelt

Soccer and an Unnecessary Rescue

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on May 25, 2014

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Author: Steven

These are busy days. You definitely get your money's worth from a tour. Except for breakfast. So bored of bread and jam. Just a wedge of tough bread and some sweet apricot syrup. But it's included so you eat it, only ungratefully.

Lauren was fascinated by our stop at a shopping centre to pick up picnic supplies. I wouldn't write about this but in order to maintain a more complete picture of our holiday I should include her ...

Camel riding in the Sahara Desert!

A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Apr 09, 2014

... we arrived in Erfoud and checked into our amazing hotel! Luxury! Our room had a lounge with 3 couches and a super super king size bed. Heaps of space and really nice! The best part though was the pool! We had an hour before heading to the desert so we made the most of it swimming and sun bathing. First swim in I don't even know how long!! At 5pm we took 4 wheel drives out into the desert for our camel trek. We drove for about an ...

Morocco! Casablanca to Fez!

A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Apr 08, 2014

... Tower to take some photos. For lunch a group of us branched away from the group because we didn't want to eat in a restaurant that had only tourists and we wanted something a bit cheaper. We found a nice garden restaurant and had a cheap and cheerful meal. After lunch we found gelato! Yum! The weirdest thing happened next! When we were in the gelato line there was a kid hanging round us but we didn't think much of it. A man pulled him away so we assumed ...


A travel blog entry by hayleymarsh on Dec 12, 2013

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We set off form Fez at 8.30am and our first stop for the day was an area where there are lots of wild monkeys, brilliant! I was pretty reluctant to get out of the bus and when I finally did I ensured I maintained a short distance between myself and the bus and was always at the ready to jump on and close the door should a monkey come anywhere near me (too bad for anyone else in my group, sometimes you ...

Embroidery and mud houses

A travel blog entry by alchandler on Jun 27, 2013

... desert). There is also a symbol on the flag which reprints free man. The Berber language has recently been recognized as the second national language of morocco ( ahead of French) and is starting to be taught in school. The village we walked through consisted of mud houses. Apparently, a lot of subsides have. Even paid to the Berber people recently, so many of these mud houses have satellite dishes on top. Satellite television is very cheap in morocco. Next day - ...

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