Yasmina Hotel

Address: B.P. 29, Tinerhir, Morocco | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on B.P. 29, Tinerhir.
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      A great day ending in total relaxation!

      A travel blog entry by nangarner on Feb 10, 2015

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      ... stay there for two nights. On the way Lansari told us about the 20 foot sand invasion that occurs in Morocco. People are encouraged by the government to plants trees to slow the sand invasion. Crossed the J'bel Sahro Range (at about 4,500-5,000 feet), taking in magnificent views of the snow-capped High Atlas Mountains along the way. They are called the Anti Atlas Mountains south of the High Atlas Mountains. They are volcanic ...

      Into the Freezer

      A travel blog entry by mmcnamara on Jan 01, 2015

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      ... because I saw your stickers. I'm from Australia." After a short introduction, the Swiss couple driving the car explained they had spent a year in Australia and we're now on tour in Morocco. What was special was the way they actually recognised and conversed with locals selling souvenirs. Many tourists in Morocco, conditioned to buying cheap, manufactured stuff off a production line paradoxically view someone selling something made of their own hands as a 'hassle'. The couple shared a ...

      Day 9 a day in the life in tinghir

      A travel blog entry by cindyaserkoff on Sep 26, 2013

      ... madrasah to learn the Koran by heart and eventually become Imams. Today there are no more madrassah. We then walked to the mellah, the Jewish quarter again from the 14th century. Today nomads live there as one of their places. For our day in the life we were given money to purchase the food for our dinner tonight at the food market. ...

      Days 6&7 in the Sahara desert

      A travel blog entry by cindyaserkoff on Sep 25, 2013

      ... to our camp. The ride starts out as a vast area of crushed stones. Quickly we were in very sandy soil, bumping along to our camp. We arrived at camp and met our camp manager Hussein. For the afternoon we rested as it was extremely hot. Toward evening we climbed a high dune to watch the sunset but were foiled by rain. The next day we visited 2 nomad families who live incredibly simple, basically in a leanto. They walk a half hour to get their water from a well. ...

      Between a rock and a hard place

      A travel blog entry by twovines on May 06, 2013

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      ... remind Ian about leaving the seat up here. We take mint tea and order dinner. It is 7pm. We choose omelette and chips thinking it will be quick as we are starving. We watch the sunset from the terrace. It is beautiful. Still no other guests, it's now clear there is no-one here apart from us. We listen to the call to prayer from the mosque and observe the stars. Funny how the plough appears to be upside down from here. It's now nine o'clock and our dinner arrives. Exhausted from lack ...