Hotel Sahara

Address: M'Hamid, Morocco | Hotel
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      Halloween at the Erg Chigaga Desert Camp

      A travel blog entry by goodner on Oct 30, 2014

      50 photos

      ... well done. We learned from Bobo that he has someone driving in from town each day with new supplies. It's a good thing that the employees at the camp are nomads, since they have to move back and forth between camp and M'Hamid - a LOT. Not only for supplies, but because each guest stays only one or two nights, and they provide transport each way. After settling into our tents, we met Bobo in the "cocktail tent" and learned about his life and how he came to co-own the ...

      Operation Desert Storm

      A travel blog entry by marianne1947 on May 07, 2014

      122 photos

      ... Not because they were being persecuted (just a tense climate reigned after the declaration of the state of Israel in 1948), but to rejoin Israel, France, Canada or the USA. In 1948, Morocco counted about 300'000 jews. Today, only about 5000 remain.

      Berber craftsmen continue the tradition in the mellah (jewish quarter) making ...

      Saharan nights!

      A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Mar 22, 2014

      33 photos

      ... yellow and white! We were about 40km into our trip when the first Ferrari passed. What followed was a whole bunch of classic sports cars - Mark was in his element (Bob, Cammy, eat your heart out!). We had Bentley Flyers, AC Cobras, Morgans, including the three wheeler Morgans, Porsches, Corvette Stingrays, Aston Martins, E type Jags and even a Herbie. Mark recited their make, model and year so swiftly that I could have been sitting next to Fangio! This was the 20th ...

      The princess and the omelette

      A travel blog entry by jogrey on Oct 28, 2012

      2 photos

      ... on until mid-morning. We stop for a snack and to ensure that we take the time to get some fluids on board.  I'm not enjoying my camelbak really; the mouthpiece is a bit big and is already rubbing on my upper gumline.  Ironically, I also find it rather fiddly and difficult to use whilst walking - something it was designed to do apparently.  I am already looking jealously at those using simple water bottles!  Everyone is looking a bit hot and ...

      1131 Desert Caravan Town (Mor 373)

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 01, 2011

      11 photos

      ... be Touaregs, wearing the blue turban that covers the lower face as well. They find it hard to believe that someone would come all the way to Mhamid Ghizlane and NOT want to go on a camel trek!

      After my 100 kilometer hike down the Draa Valley, discovering scores of villages, exploring ancient castle ruins, experiencing true hospitality, learning inspiring things about the culture, seeing lifeless wastelands and lush seas of ...