Hotel Oasis

Address: Tinerhir, Morocco | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tinerhir

Day 9 a day in the life in tinghir

A travel blog entry by cindyaserkoff on Sep 26, 2013

... we visited a school and a class's rom of 5th graders. Robert led them in song and they all laughed and enjoyed themselves. We had our dinner in an outdoor Berber tent and listened to indigenous music. The music group was composed of our city guide from today and his relatives. They were great. Last night in tinghir. More adventures ...


A travel blog entry by rnb2013 on Jul 23, 2013

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... you couldn't even buy Moroccan food or souvenirs. In the evening we returned to Marrakech ready for our train ride to Fes, the religious capital of Morocco. Arriving in Fes we were conned again in giving money for services that we didn't want but may have needed and settled into our hostel. Fes was a very old historic city and the medina (which is the oldest medina in the world) Is a UNESCO site. We thought we would check out the town and see what Fes had to offer. We were hassled ...

Between a rock and a hard place

A travel blog entry by twovines on May 06, 2013

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... We meet Colette, a French lady who owns a holiday house in the valley. She now introduces us formally to Sameer, our mediator. He is a guide and works in another hotel in the valley. She also tells us that our hotel isn't that great but it's in a beautiful location. We also meet another guide who is on his way to meet a tourist group in the village beyond ours. Another half hour passes and more passengers arrive. Every seat is taken on the bus and bus driver starts the engine. But we ...


A travel blog entry by vanivan on Jun 04, 2012

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... friend Hassan, and we just had a pleasant conversation - Mohammad offered me some tea as well. Since the only language we had in common was French, and mine was obviously far weaker than theirs, what we could talk about was pretty limited, but we did have a nice exchange - I again had to specify the difference between Japanese and Chinese people, and talked about life in Canada, while they answered my questions about the gorge (apparently the tidbit ...

1226. A Young Audience (Morocco 393)

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Mar 22, 2012

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... 8212;a Coca cola. A couple fellows there in the store seem quite curious about this outsider trudging through and give me an estimate of how far it is to Ait Mussa Wichou—the town that, according to Google Satellite, marks the end of cultivated land and frequent villages.

The village comes to an end and the road follows the top of a cliff overlooking the valley, now a few hundred meters wide. ...