Hotel Sijilmassa

Rissani, Morocco | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Rissani

    Just passing through

    A travel blog entry by pandmadventures on Feb 21, 2014

    We stopped in Rissani after our night in the desert. We thought we'd have to catch a taxi to Fes, but managed to get on an 11 hour bus ride instead!!! Great scenery along the way but it did a get a bit tedious. Since we were on the bus pretty well the whole time there are no photos, but the scenery through the Mid Atlas Mountains was pretty ...

    1480. A Cool Clifftop Village

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 12, 2013

    13 photos

    ... I’ve ridden through this stretch and it’s all flat, barren desert. My only concern is that I might twist my ankle on the ragged shoulder or step too far off and into a ditch when avoiding oncoming traffic.

    Finally a bit after 10 PM I reach Arfoud, and quickly look for something to eat before the restaurants shut down. All I can come up with is a lousy chicken sandwich. ...

    1479. Back to the Fascinating Mud Castle Region

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 12, 2013

    11 photos

    ... yeah, I almost forgot. It snows here in Morocco.

    Actually I’m not to worried about the delay. It’s the getting back that concerns me. I’ll be coming back on a tight deadline, and a snow delay could spell trouble. Maybe crossing the mountains for a 3 day trip wasn’t such a good idea. Finally we get going, and I’m treated with a spectacular scenery of freshly fallen snow, covering the ground ...

    Into the Desert

    A travel blog entry by johnsjourneys on May 24, 2012

    63 photos

    ... this road Hassan slowed and turned on to a desert track that disappeared into the distance leading to nowhere it seemed. Eventually, sand dunes loomed up, and turning a corner around the end of one, there stood the welcome site of the Auberge du Sud, a sort of reproduction Moorish castle. It's a paradise, man-made and pure kitsch, but a paradise nonetheless, in a hot and sandy landscape, where refreshing Berber tea is served on shaded terraces ...

    An explosion of Moroccan fun in the Arabian dunes

    A travel blog entry by beckerworldtrip on Oct 21, 2011

    10 photos

    ... our sides were hurting. That went on for hours, it seemed, and we didn’t want it to stop.

    The last was the quiet guy, whose name was Morgan, and he was just a slight bit quieter than the rest but was just as rambunctious. He was a handsome man with dark Arabic looks but a generous smile was always threatening to creep across his face even when he was in deep thought. He was a more serious person and would sit and talk deeply with you about things that ...