Riad Nomad

Address: Foum Mharech Taouz Tafraoute Ait Atta, Errachidia, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Foum Mharech Taouz Tafraoute Ait Atta, Errachidia.
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Travel Blogs from Errachidia

Highlight of Morocco

A travel blog entry by gravittkiki on Oct 26, 2013

2 comments, 41 photos

... of this trip several of us have been very excited about our camel ride and have been looking forward to it. Karen, from England though is not wanting to ride the camel at all. The camel driver pairs everyone up with a camel and we get on one at a time. Half way through the ride, Karen's camel comes lose and starts to pass the other camels. Rest of us can not help but laugh as her face was priceless. Of course none of the ...

Thats another fine mess you've got me into Stanley

A travel blog entry by twovines on May 05, 2013

6 photos

... to stretch my legs were it not for the thick billowing smoke coming from what purports to be a BBQ. Huge chunks of meat dangle in the open air and only the bus driver appears to have any appetite. Loo break over and it's back on the road again. It's still sweltering on the bus but I wake myself up snoring a couple of times so I must be catching some shut eye.

It's now 3.45am and we wake to a shrill whistle. El Rachida the driver bellows - that's us. Bleary eyed we ...


A travel blog entry by landylove on Jan 06, 2013

3 comments, 11 photos

... and tea.

The sacred fish at the Source Bleue de Meski lived at the foot of a deserted mud village, the first of many more which we were to see. Well, this Meski Old Kasbah was rejected by humans yet is still inhabited by one or two of us dogs. The humans in the new village of concrete boxes and hanging wires gaze longingly from their roof terraces over to the crumbling brown Kasbah where they all used to live not so long ago and they tell tales ...


A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Jun 03, 2012

13 photos

... a masculine "gut" (big belly) and wore a baseball cap. He moved all parts of his body daintily, flaunting, sticking his butt out, smiling.
An older guy in a baseball cap, with a moustache but few teeth, clapped his hands, kicked his feet up, hopped quickly. He told me to let my hair down and swing it around, while dancing.
A fat gray-haired man in a business suit and glasses, who lived in Paris, surprised me ...

An amazing birthday

A travel blog entry by karyn512 on Feb 25, 2010

3 comments, 5 photos

... lunch, we headed off to Errachidia and the hotel there. The hotel was very nice, and Roger tried to go for a swim in the pool but it was too cold even for him. Roger had a lamb tagine for dinner (and I tried not to look at the little rib bones sticking up). My dinner had no bones and was good except they put ketchup on a pile of rice. Maybe it was meant for the french fries, but in any case since I'm not Dawson and I don't eat ketchup on rice... I didn't eat that. ...