Dar Ahlam

Address: Casbah Madihi, Ouarzazate, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Casbah Madihi, Ouarzazate, is near Toubkal, Medina of Tétouan, and Oum er-Riba.
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      Morrokin' in the dunes of Sahara.

      A travel blog entry by emezzy on Aug 27, 2014

      3 photos

      ... Before every meal, we too had a cup of Mint tea. It almost became a love hate relationship though because although it is a tad delicious, they put a hell of a lot of sugar in these babies. Needless to say, when in Morocco hey? To further add to the destruction of our teeth, why not add freshly squeezed orange juice to the mix.
      Away from liquids, Moroccans. love. bread. Bread bread bread. With every meal, we ate bread. ...

      Kasbahs and angry bus drivers!

      A travel blog entry by spikidle on May 18, 2014

      9 photos

      ... pass although the height can make you feel a little dizzy and sick. It is barren but beautiful.<i> </i> <b>KASBAHS:</b> After our interesting travel day yesterday day we get to enjoy the reason we are here, Ait Benhaddou. We slowly make our way to the nearby bus station stopping in route to have some breakfast. On arriving at the bus station we quickly manage to arrange a grand taxi to take us to the kasbah for 300MAD (We did not try to negotiate ...

      Do Any of these Berber Men Work?

      A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 01, 2013

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... a series of switchbacks that afforded better and better views the higher we climbed. The valleys were beautiful, filled with trees, farmland and Berber villages everywhere. And we passed through so many tiny villages I lost count with each one modeled on the same style and having the same pattern of daily life. There were small stands selling produce and shops with housware and pottery for sale. (Clay pots are a primary cooking tool in Morocco.) I saw the requisite ...

      Post-visit: Across the Open Desert

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Nov 06, 2012

      14 photos

      ... started. But this morning I decided to give priority to hiking the beautiful valley above Ait Ben Haddou, rather than focusing all my effort on a hike that might not work out anyway. So now, mid afternoon, it looks like my only option is going to do a long, dreary 20 km hike along the highway through the moonscape desert. Well, actually, it’s not that bad at all. Since the skies are overcast, the walk is downright pleasant. Off ...

      Road of a Thousand Kasbahs

      A travel blog entry by kuhnglobaleyes on Nov 03, 2011

      1 comment, 44 photos

      ... the outdoor stands. They also gather in large groups, smoking and chatting on the corners and in the dusty, open-air cafes facing the main village streets. The unofficial unemployment numbers in Morocco are likely as high as 55 percent. It began to make perfect sense to me that, without the mitigating force and presence of women in society, the combination of unemployment, poverty, lack of education, and extremism of some religious leaders could be an ...