Maison d'hote Rose du Sable

Address: Aslim, Agdez, Morocco | Hotel
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      Caids and Kasbahs!

      A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Mar 19, 2014

      15 photos

      ... in the outside world; whereas with an "open kasbah", you come out of the gate of the castle-looking bit into a courtyard off which there are lots of also has gardens. So an open one has more of a family feel to it, whereas a closed one has more of a military feel to it. You have now passed Berber 101 exam!!

      We learnt all this because we are camping right next to a massive Kasbah which is being restored under the leadership ...

      Trek Day 7 (Booooooo)

      A travel blog entry by cowles on Sep 09, 2013

      41 photos

      ... guard his birds so that no one else hunts them. Crazy right? He even provided the guys with a desert vehicle to trek around in incase they need to patrol. Stop #2 - Visit a villager friend who lives in a dreamy little Oasis and have lunch at his house. Stop #3 - Visit another friend who lives in a mountain village. Stop #4 - a little off road fun/death hill to scare that **** our of Marisha and even Brian a little. Peter really has a way of making the last day ...

      1112 Nighttime in the Middle of Nowhere (Mor 354)

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Nov 28, 2011

      4 photos

      Day 053 : 4 hours, 6.5 kms

      The next town is just a tiny hamlet that takes just a few minutes to walk through. I see a man sitting in front of a house and ask in Arabic, "excuse me, what's the name of this village?"

      “Why do you want to know?!” He responds gruffly. I’m a bit taken aback. I’ve never met someone openly hostile in this region.

      “I’m just passing through and want to know what the ...

      1108 The Draa Valley Hike, Part 2 (Mor 350)

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Nov 28, 2011

      16 photos

      Day 053 : 6 hours, 5.8 kms

      Less than two weeks after my South Desert adventure, I'm off on another 4 day adventure. And I know exactly what I want: I want to do another Superhike. Doing that Souss Valley Superhike felt really good, and I’m eager to a put another one under my belt. And where to? The Draa Valley of course! I spent two days exploring this ...

      "Rock the Kasbah" - who's that by again?

      A travel blog entry by soloflyer on Jun 21, 2010

      9 photos

      ... while I saw some tourists had suitcases with them. We stood around for a bit while the tour reps were discussing/arguing. I think we were supposed to have an English speaking tour guide with us, but looks like we'll have to go the journey with just the driver, who was a local and didn't speak any English at all - to complicate the situation, everyone on our bus spoke nothing but English, save for a couple who spoke Spanish. The driver started to explain ...