Kasbah Tamadot

BP 67, Asni, 042150, Morocco | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel is located on BP 67, Asni.
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    Travel Blogs from Asni

    MY FIRST NIGHT IN A TENT

    A travel blog entry by halfpine on Jun 02, 2012

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    ... I buy, I probably have paid for well over the odds!
    We stop for lunch at a site of a Muslim shrine. Lunch is fresh salad, with sardines, cheese and bread. Against all advice, I eat the salad. I figured it must be washed in bottled water given the enormous amounts of bottles the mules were carrying! It turns out to be a safe choice. We are not allowed to visit the Muslim shrine as access is forbidden to non Muslims ...

    High ideals in the High Atlas

    A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Aug 22, 2011

    ... as our journey progressed, with increasing hills and altitude. We had a wait of sme 45 minutes, as diggers dug into the mountain sides removing rock for a road-widening project. There was no way of getting around them, so I think they worked until the queue of drivers grew totally exasperated and all started blaring their horns! During the wait, I was introduced to a gueshouse owner who was taking some Spanish up the mountain the ...

    Asni, fording, wedding celebrations/arguments

    A travel blog entry by phil.aldridge on Apr 10, 2011

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    ... built, family home made of bricks and mud. It had only a few rooms (which did not contain a shower), one floor, and was strangely attached to a much better built house next door. The rooms had no furniture, but the floor was coated in many carpets and cushions lined the edges. I was really excited to be in a real family home, but Max was a little more unsure as he had certain requirements. We sat down on the floor and drank Moroccan tea, or Berber whiskey as they called ...

    Across the Atlas to sleep in the shadow of Toubkal

    A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Oct 30, 2010

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    ... above.
    The sun was dropping fast as we reached our destination We were to stay with a Berber family on the top floor of their house. Hussein called his accommodation Gite Imin Tzikert. From the terrace we had a great view of majestic Djebel Toubkal, Morocco's and N Africa's highest peak (4167m), at the head of the valley. Our altitude was 1960m. Without the sun the temp was dropping fast.
    Delicious dinner was cooked by Hussein's very pregnant ...

    My Legs Hurt Already

    A travel blog entry by offonholiday on Jul 27, 2010

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    ... up from his prone position on a banquette inside. "How far ?"
    "Just a couple of miles," was the response. Graham and Andy rushed to put on boots and socks. It was becoming apparent that, as the two men of the trip, a silent but deadly edge of competition had established itself between them. On the minibus up to Imlil I had pretended to sleep whilst listening to their conversation, which went roughly like this:
    "So last year, I went to Everest Base Camp. It ...