Kasbah de la Vallee
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Shortly after noon, we reluctantly pulled ourselves away from Kasbah Itran and headed in the direction of Gorge du Dades.
It proved to be a stunningly scenic route past beautiful towns and villages, more kasbahs, following a thin greenbelt near river bed and fields of alfalfa and wheat, almond and ...
... so peaceful trudging along on our camels through the sand. The riad had breakfast and a hot shower waiting for us on our return. Both were very welcome.
Around midday we left Merzouga for Dades Gorge. Merzouga is surrounded by what they call a black desert. Very hard ground, black looking from crushed mica. As we left the black desert we traveled through lots of harsh, barren but beautiful countryside before arriving in the ...
... else we would have still been searching for it. The building was square shaped with the centre of the house a courtyard with a water fountain and no roof to allow airflow and to keep it cool. The riad owner was very friendly and helpful and answered all of our many questions. Our riad was about 2 minutes walk from The Place Jemaa el Fna, or town square, in old Marrakech. After we arrived we walked into the square it was just on dusk and the place was buzzing. It was amazing to see, ...
... about the size of a squash bottle, are on sale for more than £100. I show willing and purchase a bag of pot pourri for less than a pound. Outside the tent the crowd has grown larger. Clearly there is something about to happen but we are unsure what! The crowds are being held back by lines of gendarmes and we saunter down the middle like film stars. After completing the walk of fame we explore the small tents on the other side of the show ground, pretty much more of ...
... seeing a white guy all by himself in the middle of the desert. I explain that, yes, I’m walking to Toundout just to enjoy the scenery and, no, I don’t need a ride. He’s a helpful fellow and mentions that there are some caves down the gorge that are interesting—although I might need a guide to see them. He gives me his number and tells me if I need anything to ...