Kasbah Hotel Chergui
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKasbah Hotel Chergui Erfoud
Great area especially the oasis
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... where we stopped at Arfoud, place full of fossils and archaeological sites, they have excavated so much they have turned this into a profitable business, carving tables, platters etc from the marble like rock, embedded in the rocks were fossils the fossils, just stunning pieces. Anyway we priced a couple of platters etc, the chap had said I can send to Australia - anyway, got a little collection together he then says it will cost 10000 dirham ($1300) !!! Um we said sorry, ...
... end. This extraordinary night in the desert has definitely been a highlight of our tour thus far.
After a short drive, we began our cycle. Only 10km to start with. We ended up in Rissani at our cafe stop the day before and had lunch. Mohammed had organised for us to have 'medfouna' as we had enjoyed his snack from yesterday's kiosk stop. Only this time the Moroccan bread was filled with a lamb mince and ...
... gave her the 1 durham she was demanding (men don't pay if you can believe that) and walked out with my head high. It also helped that when we got in the car I left my classic mistake behind.
We drove higher into the Atlas Mountains driving towards the town of Azou. As we drove, Karem informed me that we would be passing through an area where there are monkeys. Huh? Monkeys in the Middle Atlas Mountains … who knew. I learned that they are actually ...
... on some camels. Unlike many stories I have heard about camels, they weren't as grumpy as many people have said. Except for one which was at the back. The trek to the camp was about 1.5 hours and we arrived just before sunset. It is amazing scenery, sand dunes everywhere and then the occasional palm tree. After buying a scarf to use as a turban when we were in Fes, it came n handy as the wind started to ...
... this was a slight hiccup in our plans, we were not discouraged and finally arrived at Gare Agdal just as excited and eager as ever. As we waited on the platform, the sky began to darken. It had rained a bit throughout the day but we were not concerned. We had joked about bringing rain coats and boots to the desert--what a crazy idea! As we stood there waiting with all of our camping gear, sneakers, wool sweaters and socks we laughed about needing rain gear in the ...