Hotel Atlas

Rue Ahmed Amraoui, Midelt, Morocco | Hotel
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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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... bored looking dignitaries under a canopied hut. A folk percussion band did their best to alleviate the fact that watching a marathon translates to; occasionally someone sweaty will slowly arrive.

Much more interesting were the macaques we saw a bit further down the road. We stopped in pine tree grove with the express intention of seeing these old world monkeys. They sat looking at us expectantly while we photographed them. It turns out, like most of ...

Camel riding in the Sahara Desert!

A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Apr 09, 2014

... turbans. We trekked for about half an hour over the sand dunes of the Sahara Desert (wow!!). The sand was so golden and looked amazing against the blue sky. It was like something from a picture! Once we stopped we climbed the last steep bit of sand to get a panoramic view of the desert. It was seriously cool! Needless to say lots of photos were take then we just sat and watched the sunset. It was beautiful! And so quiet out there! It ...

Morocco! Casablanca to Fez!

A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Apr 08, 2014

... wasn't expecting to be bitten! Haha. Anyway, that afternoon we drove to another city called Fez. That night we had dinner at a local restaurant and watched some traditional Moroccan performances. The belly dancers dragged people up on stage to dance, thank god I didn't get chosen! Andy got pulled up twice, firstly with the belly dancer who lifted up his shirt while he was trying to belly dance and the second time was to get dressed up and be a part of a ...


A travel blog entry by hayleymarsh on Dec 12, 2013

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... to some other areas we had earlier seen. Progressing though this area, we then reached the "dry" area of Morocco, aka the desert. After a short picnic stop at a every picturesque location, we then progressed to our final destination for the day, Midelt. In the afternoon we walked through the local town and were welcomed into a local Berber family's home for tea and biscuits. It was fantastic seeing ...

Embroidery and mud houses

A travel blog entry by alchandler on Jun 27, 2013

... come in the afternoons when they can get away from domestic chores. The coop pays for their materials and then buys the finished product from them to sell in the store. The style of embroidery is reminiscent of French embroidery. The work is beautiful, but is also very expensive ( which was a shame as it would have been nice to buy from them) As we got closer to the midelt we also stopped to see the midelt monkeys. These are quite large monkeys and just live in this ...


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