Kasbah Hotel Chergui
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKasbah Hotel Chergui Erfoud
Great area especially the oasis
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... with a smile and a friendly correction) is just fantastic,
The first thing we ask about was how to say "no problem". Seems simple, but, we have heard many variations. My current thinking is that you say "meshy mushka ". But we have been told mush mushkala, mesh mosh, and a few other variants. We wonder if it is all a big joke, but, we persist at trying it out. ...
... 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. ...
... made me wonder why you wouldn't just bus it out here yourself for 1/8 of the price and then join up with the groups at the camp. Well, I've experienced and let me say riding a camel in the Eastern Sahara of Morocco is not as cool as you think it is, ok well maybe I never thought it was that awesome to begin with but anyways. So after having done it it's still not that awesome. The only aspect of this trip to the sahara I have enjoyed has being able to witness the change of landscape and ...
... received one Spanish language station but oddly we had great internet service. Check out our room in the photos! The bathroom sink was made from fossils and it had a large shower stall. (Although the water in the shower would alternate from hot to cold to hot again!) It was too late and chilly to enjoy the pool but it did look inviting. Dinner at the hotel was buffet style and included in the tour. Drinks were extra. Tom and Maryann from New ...
Anyway, we headed out of Fez driving east and up into the Atlas Mountains,w hich run through the middle of Morocco. The mountains are divided into the Middle Atlas Mountains and the High Atlas Mountains. Over the next three days I would travel through both ranges on the road to Marrakesh.
As we drove east and commenced the climb into the Middle Atlas Mountains away from the agricultural land of the lowlands, the air became much colder and I ...