Hotel Les 5 Lunes

Ait Oudinar, Boumalne Dades, Ouarzazate, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ait Oudinar, Boumalne Dades, Ouarzazate, is near Toubkal, Medina of Tétouan, and Oum er-Riba.
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    Travel Blogs from Ouarzazate

    [Pictures] Day trip to Ait Benhaddou

    A travel blog entry by jwalkntheworld on Mar 22, 2014

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    ... four times the amount for a short 9km drive to the kasbah. They knew that without any other tourists, we wouldn't be able to 'share' the taxi and would have to rent the whole for ourselves. They also knew we wouldn't wait much longer for more options. In the end we managed to negotiate a bit, but time is always of the essence when you're out on a day trip, and so we went.
    It's hard to describe Ait-Ben-Haddou. It really feels like its from another era. It is also ...

    Caids and Kasbahs!

    A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Mar 19, 2014

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    ... Why do all the main rooms have five windows?" "They represent the five rules of Islam", he said. These are to pray and to do Ramadan. The third, he said, was to go to Mecca, but apparently Allah is flexible on this and understands that not all muslims can afford an airline ticket to Saudi!! The fourth is to give money to the church (not negotiable)!! The fifth is to believe in Allah...from the heart!

    God bless you all....


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    Seashells in the Sand Dunes

    A travel blog entry by jj3101 on Sep 08, 2013

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    ... allowed through their workshop where they showed us what they did with the pieces of stones they pulled from the earth. There is a big interrnational market for household items (sinks, tables etc) to be made with the fossil enriched slabs. Both of us were truely impressed with the workman ship, unfortunately we couldn't find a coffee table small enough to fit in our backpacks.

    Lunch was at another roadside cafe which didn't look too special. But once again another ...

    1236. A Village of Disturbing Contrasts

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Mar 24, 2012

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    Day 087: 2 hours, 3.0 kms



    Back down the rugged hilltop, I figure I'll follow a road that heads towards the reservoir, with farmland on one side and dry hills on the other—although I suspect I’m going to end up at a dead end before long. There seems to be a good bit of foot traffic this way—particularly students. It’s not too long and I go around a bend and there’s a village with a mud castle ...

    Between a Rock and a Hard Place

    A travel blog entry by viva.sabata on Dec 31, 2011

    ... good rocks so I find this area encouraging. I have decided that a rock hounding trip to Morocco is worthy of serious consideration...but how to get all those rocks home??! With darkness looming we headed back to town. Mohamad, the nice young man at the hotel did the usual Berber thing and asked enough questions to figure out that we were camel trek bound to Erg Chebbi. It just so happened that his uncle owns a dune hotel - gotta love how these people ...