Hotel Amazir

Address: Km 10 Route des gorges de Todra, Tinerhir, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Km 10 Route des gorges de Todra, Tinerhir.
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      A great day ending in total relaxation!

      A travel blog entry by nangarner on Feb 10, 2015

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      ... a barrier to the Sahara. We passed a series of water wells and Lansari explained how the water comes from the mountains and creates underground water. The pipes bring it to the wells. We stopped for lunch in Tinjdad. We had boxed lunches, but we were advised against eating the chicken, since it was cooked in the camp this morning. Instead we had Moroccan omelets. They had wifi. I checked and I had 243 emails! No real time ...

      Into the Freezer

      A travel blog entry by mmcnamara on Jan 01, 2015

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      ... with me and updated me on the weather. "Did you know it was -6 this morning?" I thought, 'That warm?' Tinrehir, at the entrance to the valley, is a large town where I stopped to withdraw some money from an ATM. A man offered to take me on a tour of the Jewish quarter. "It will only take ten minutes," he said. I surrendered and an hour later I was fully briefed on the history of Jewish people in Morocco. I decided it was too late to head on, so I stopped at a nearby hotel. A tour ...

      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 ...

      Days 6&7 in the Sahara desert

      A travel blog entry by cindyaserkoff on Sep 25, 2013

      ... were called the blue men because of their clothing. We also visited a village that was the source if slaves for the slave traders. We heard traditional gnawa music and dance (trance music). On the way back we stopped at wadi to lunch for our fossils and actually found some. We did see the sunset but it was incredibly windy with sand blowing in your eyes. The camp staff performed song and dance for us. The stars were amazing!!! The Sahara is definitely a bucket list ...

      Between a rock and a hard place

      A travel blog entry by twovines on May 06, 2013

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      ... two nights running we retire to bed only to find there are no sheets! I go downstairs to explain. First I am offered a towel. No it's bed sheets we need. There is a big conflab and much searching in empty guest rooms until finally Omar appears...with a rug! I burst out laughing and take him to our room to point to the bed with no sheets. OK so now he understands. We finally receive two sheets and make the bed ourselves. Is this the Moroccan version of Fawlty Towers or Hotel California we ask ...