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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Kasbah Ennasra Rissani
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... His other sister had given birth to a baby boy the day before and so his mother was with them at the hospital, we were sorry we missed meeting her. Anyway we sat in the very basically furnished lounge around a small table and ate the " pizza" - a type of bread dough filled with minced meat, onions, nuts and spices, absolutely delicious. All washed down with mint tea of course! After dinner we went to see the Rissani Kasbah, ...
... weapons carried across their waists. We saw women in the full hijab, with henna'd patterns on their hands, and others in western leather and jeans. Time passed. Our ticket to Fes was First Class, which meant you sat in a carriage section of six seats, very comfortable. A young man joined us in our section, and we got talking as the train rolled through the darkness. He was a horse soldier, lovely guy, who showed us pictures of his horse and his uniform. He was heading back ...
... for hours I could barely walk the next day. Not to mention Brad Pitt nipping my ass and licking my leg!
With back packs secured to the camels and Berber head scarfs professionally adorned, we prepare for the next 2 hours on the camels.
Time to hit the dunes in 46 deg heat. After a while the lads decided the crown jewels were getting damaged so decided to go side ...
... in the Sahara Desert. Then we were riding camels for 1,5 hours back to our base. The breakfast was ready, we ate really quickly and started going back to Marrakesh. There were just a few stops on the way back - to buy water, have coffee or lunch. We arrived at 07.30 in Marrakesh....after exhausting 11-hour drive.
Later that day we went to the market in the main square with guys from our desert group. Last meal in Marrakesh and tomorrow to Fez passing by ...
... village just a few hundred meters off the road, I know I’ve got to check it out. Remember, this is about the experience, not the destination.
Moulay Abdellah Dakket is another picture perfect castle village—great for a videoclip. I don’t go inside, but do explore the perimeter with its partly crumbled corner towers, tiny windows peeking out over the oasis… elegant main entrance. Yep, it’s good to be ...