Hotel Tomboctou

Address: Av. Bir Anzarane 126, Tinerhir, 45800, Morocco | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on Av. Bir Anzarane 126, Tinerhir.
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Travel Blogs from Tinerhir

Into the Freezer

A travel blog entry by mmcnamara on Jan 01, 2015

3 photos

... because I saw your stickers. I'm from Australia." After a short introduction, the Swiss couple driving the car explained they had spent a year in Australia and we're now on tour in Morocco. What was special was the way they actually recognised and conversed with locals selling souvenirs. Many tourists in Morocco, conditioned to buying cheap, manufactured stuff off a production line paradoxically view someone selling something made of their own hands as a 'hassle'. The couple shared a ...

Washed Out Roads and Lots of Soccer

A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Sep 21, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... for what ended up being a memorable and eventful evening. The place was started my a French fellow (Pierre and a Moroccan fellow). Eventually Pierre moved back to France and the Moroccan guy owns it fully and his two brothers help run it. From being seated through to the end it was first class. There were actually other people dinning for a change - a couple from Australia, 3 women from Washington DC and a couple from Montreal. Dinner: Tart ...

Morrocco

A travel blog entry by rnb2013 on Jul 23, 2013

21 photos

... us easy targets but when we knew we were ok. The markets we had heard a bit about didn't seem so touristy, rather local, as it was mostly food produce ready for the Muslims to break their fast during Ramadan. Ramadan is when they are not allowed to consume anything from 330am until 740pm. Exceptions are made for children under 10 and in extreme cases such as pregnancy and intense heat for example. We were told to also drink and eat only in doors away from prying eyes as a sign ...

One Hump or Two?

A travel blog entry by paul.dombrowski on Jul 16, 2013

5 photos

After a LONG 9 hour drive from Fes to the Sahara we arrived for our camel trek into the desert. Since it took so long to get there we were running late and had to drop off our bags and jump onto our trusty camels so we'd get to see some of the sand dunes as the sun sets. All we brought with us was 3 Ambiens and a few ibuprophen, all you need on a camping trip as far as I'm concerned. Immediately after mounting our dramaderies I realized that camels were not built ...

Rocks, cliffs and waddis

A travel blog entry by robinandjulie on Apr 09, 2013

37 photos

... staff came over to meet us and help with our luggage.

Crossing the river was only a matter of walking across some planks bound together to form a nice, broad footbridge, and we were delighted to be told that we were not too late for a meal.

The food was excellent, served in the beautiful Berber-style tented restaurant. The rooms were basic but comfortable, although there was ...