Kasbah Asmaa

Route d'Er Rachidia, Midelt, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Route d'Er Rachidia, Midelt.
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    Travel Blogs from Midelt

    Soccer and an Unnecessary Rescue

    A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on May 25, 2014

    16 photos

    ... pose for tips. We paid them a couple of bananas and left. This had been a pretty popular stop as a whole bunch of locals were out, a few of them fellow tourists, but most of them trying to sell pony rides or trinkets. Sandi bought the most dismal looking Bedouin blade; a roughly soldered tin blade was housed in a mosaic scabbard. We all complimented her on her fine judgement and keen negotiating skills. Everyone, but Grant (from Sydney) who mocked her ...

    Camel riding in the Sahara Desert!

    A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Apr 09, 2014

    ... an amazing experience! Once the sun went down we got back on the camels and walked back to the cars. It got pretty dark by the time we reached the cars and by then we were all starving. The drive out of the desert seemed to take forever and I have no idea how they knew where they were going because it was completely dark by then. It didn't help that we suddenly stopped and our tour guide told us this is where they kill us haha ...

    Morocco! Casablanca to Fez!

    A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Apr 08, 2014

    ... of. It was so funny!! One of the kiwi girls got pulled up by the magician and had to do an awkward dance with him. It was such a funny night! The next day we were checking out the sights of Fez, the oldest imperial city of Morocco. The city is a Medina which means walled city. First we drove up a hill to get a view over Fez. It is a very crowded walled city with tiny alley ways. If you got lost it would be impossible to find your way out! After a few ...


    A travel blog entry by hayleymarsh on Dec 12, 2013

    9 photos

    ... out here live and the difference between what we know as a house, and the houses these families live in. It was somewhat of an eye opener, however I did chuckle to myself when I saw an iPhone charger hanging from one of the walls. The evening was a quiet one (certainly by comparison to the previous night) with dinner at our hotel, and an early night too given that I had managed to get myself another ...

    Maroc The Green

    A travel blog entry by cyclingmo on Mar 03, 2013

    14 comments, 31 photos

    ... of Morocco built by Sultan Moulay Ismail during the period of Louis XIV. It was patterned after the City of Versailles and had over 50 palaces built by over 25,000 slaves. It was a fun afternoon exploring this seaport and its market with it's narrow alleys and tiny shops.

    At Meknes we picked up our van and driver, AbdullahRani, who will be with us for the rest of our trip. Intrepid truly believes in letting you experience every mode ...