Kasbah Hotel Chergui
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKasbah Hotel Chergui Erfoud
Great area especially the oasis
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... 10 to 15 years. When they reach the end of their useful life, they just abandon it and build another right next to it.
We continued our trek following a dry river bed called the Oued Rhies, to our camp for the night. By now we were all ready for showers, after which we felt totally renewed. Mark warned that the winds were expected to pick the next day, and it may rain. Sometime in the middle of the night we awoke to the sounds of ...
As this was fossil country we decided we should have a look at a workshop/shop. Along the road from our camp there were a number of large fossil workshops and retail stores and we picked one at random. As usual we were greeted like long lost cousins and given a guided tour. The working conditions were very basic, dust everywhere with the workers using their headdress as protective masks.
Given the ...
... clapping his hands to roust us out of our desert slumber.
Pretty quick up and out as we were racing the sun to catch the dunes change color from indigo to red to adobe to tan. Mission accomplished. But I missed the initial few seconds of the sun's red glow. It's hard to look over your shoulder on a camel.
We were received back at the hotel for a quick breakfast and freshen up before getting on the bus for the ride back to Marrakesh. A long drive of about 12 hours. ...
... and goats. They were so beautifully hidden in the rocky sands and brush. And some shepherds waved us through. I can imagine the sight of the bus is exciting. There is a lot out there but it is very subtle and one has to be very appreciative of small natural delights. Everything is discreet and cloaked in nature. Truly beautiful and the light extraordinary but so hard to capture. Tomorrow we set the sun with our camel pals. Can't ...
After spending the night in a traditional Kasbah and enjoying it's palm surrounded pool.. We woke to meet Mohammed a Tinehir guide who took us through the town palmery :) in the palmery are fields and portions of vegetable and fruit plantations owned by different families. The date palms are also grown all over and provide shade and are later sold. After the palmery we visited a rug making cooperative ...