Kasbah Ennasra

BP 167, Ksar Labtarni, Rissani, 52450, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel is located on BP 167, Ksar Labtarni, Rissani.
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    Travel Blogs from Rissani

    1480. A Cool Clifftop Village

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 12, 2013

    13 photos

    ... A fellow sits down next to me—he tells me he’s a musician, and asks to borrow my guitar—in fact he’s in a band with Samir, the drummer I met here 4 years ago! He plays some of his original songs—which are quite good, songs about religious themes and social issues, mixing traditional and western styles. He says they play at festivals and events in this area, and ...

    1479. Back to the Fascinating Mud Castle Region

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 12, 2013

    11 photos

    ... 8212;I haven’t seen fresh snow since Pennsylvania five years ago and forgot how beautiful it is. But it’s not nearly as heavy as it was when I passed through here in 09 when it was over 2 meters high in places.

    Finally the snow fades away, and we pass town after town that brings back memories… Timahdite… Zeida… Midelt… Errich…seems like so long ago… Finally we ...

    Into the Desert

    A travel blog entry by johnsjourneys on May 24, 2012

    63 photos

    ... pools.

    Around 1800 the camels, actually dromedaries (one hump, not two) were ready. And so a small caravan set off across the dunes. It’s easy to see why the ride is not comfortable: first there are no stirrups as on a horse saddle, so one’s legs just dangle at the sides of the beast, straining the hip joint and the thigh muscles. Secondly, the animal walks by moving both legs on one side at almost the same time while balancing ...

    An explosion of Moroccan fun in the Arabian dunes

    A travel blog entry by beckerworldtrip on Oct 21, 2011

    10 photos

    ... to you both, but then easily got off track as his buddies raised the level of entertainment, or started to joust with him about his seriousness.

    When the fire ran out, there was no other wood to put on it so Mason ran out into the desert to find little bits of grass from the dunes and tried to keep it going. The Berbers, who now numbered three as two camel drivers arrived with the new guests, prepared a meal somewhere at a fire in a tent behind ours, and brought it ...

    Welcome to the Sahara

    A travel blog entry by mark.wilson on May 11, 2011

    34 photos

    ... in my camera lenses, which now makes a horrible grinding noise every time you turn it on/off/zoom in/zoom out :(

    Back at the tent, we had some mint tea with our hosts and talked about about ourselves and where we were from. The Berber's were very friendly and spoke in an almost whisper like tone. They also had several pet cats (must have been at least 12) which swarmed all over us and used us to take naps on! As we talked, the night's sky came to life as the moon and hundreds ...