Palma Ziz Hotel

Rsr Ait - Menzou El Kheng, Errachidia, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rsr Ait - Menzou El Kheng, Errachidia.
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    Travel Blogs from Errachidia

    Thats another fine mess you've got me into Stanley

    A travel blog entry by twovines on May 05, 2013

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    ... to retreat to the guesthouse until the shower passes. It doesn't pass, it just gets the worse and it has now become quite cold. The black cloud appears to have followed us back to the guest house and will not go away. We decide to try again tomorrow.

    Ahmed, serves up a delicious Moroccan meal, cooked by his wife: spicy vegetable soup with crusty bread, traditional gallia (vegetables, olives and chicken with fried egg on top)...tastes nicer than it sounds, honest...and ...

    HAMID PUTS A RING ON HADEEJAH'S FINGER!

    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Jun 03, 2012

    13 photos

    ... deep enough for me to swim in places. Cinnamon red rock stretched out from the water and then straight up to canyon walls that burst through the Earth like chicken bones. An arid wind caused my tongue to stick to my throat and dried out my nostrils. Bushes full of pink flowers with loopy petals brought life to the gorge, and smelled of cherry ice cream.
    People lived here too, in places. They'd used what water flew past ...

    Todra Gorge to Aremd

    A travel blog entry by antipodean on Nov 13, 2010

    29 photos

    ... demonstration. Mr Action has apparently featured in around 40 films in the region as an extra and is very proud of his achievements, and was most willing to give us his autograph (which I passed on). The Kasbah however was very interesting - built in the 900's and still home to 6 large families (it is too hard to maintain this UNESCO Heritage listed site - so locals have generally moved to more sound houses made from concrete (as opposed to mud). Ann and ...

    Bullshit Artists Guides In The Desert

    A travel blog entry by inoursuitcase on Sep 10, 2008

    13 photos

    ... on the side of the mountains in their tents. A nice surprise was the appearance of a dam called Barrage Hassan Adakhil which was a beautiful turquiose blue colour and made for a surreal vision with the blue sitting in contrast to the desert sand colour. There were some annoying men starers on the bus even though we had our sarong wraps on our shoulders. At one stop a guy got off the bus, got his bags from underneath then pulled an axe out of one of ...

    Berber Central - Goulmima

    A travel blog entry by nybridge on Mar 21, 2008

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    ... the heavily muddied paths - he impressed us with his nonchalent attitude towards what we should pay him ("...as you like"). There are still 800 or so families living there and we stopped by one of the houses and shared tea & bread with the 'lady of the house' (who im sure does quite alright out of the various donations from all the passers by). We took in the view of Goulmima on the rooftop of ...

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