Kasbah Ennasra

Address: 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

      Christmas Eve

      A travel blog entry by madkath on Dec 24, 2014

      24 photos

      ... 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, ...

      Sahara Desert and more!

      A travel blog entry by bibi64 on May 27, 2014

      2 comments, 26 photos

      ... but we can't afford that, then of course we had to explain they couldn't come in the suitcase because they were too heavy!! Other places we drove through was Boumalne Dades, Erfoud and Rissani. We arrived at the edge of the Erg Chebbi dunes where we stored our luggage in a small hot room. The Sahara itself is amazing desolate yet in places lush and incredible. Anyway no time to waste and we were on the backs of the camels who were waiting patiently, just us 2 and an Italian guy. ...

      Erg Chebbi and surrounds

      A travel blog entry by joeandemtomai on Jun 19, 2013

      29 photos

      ... the sunset and then sat on cushions around a wonderful meal with a bunch of Jewish Moroccan-born now American folk. Every meal we have had in Morocco so far begins with soup or salad then a tagine followed by fresh fruit.

      Not much sleep that night! Our camel guides kept us entertained for hours with their traditional songs on drums and clappers! And the Moroccan/American girls just wanted ...

      1479. Back to the Fascinating Mud Castle Region

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 12, 2013

      11 photos

      ... 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 ...


      A travel blog entry by laurenmw on Dec 07, 2012

      ... seats. After some English/Arabic/French persuasion we assured them that their seats were else where and finally sat down in a dry place. We struck up a conversation with the guys in our cabin and learned that they were students studying forensic science. We talked the whole train ride (which, although it was supposed to be only 2 hours ended up being about 3.5) and once again fell in love with Moroccan people--redemption for the 2 hour late train and con artist taxi ...