Travel Blogs from Skoura
... English. We were just so incredibly privileged to get an insight into the Berber way of life which appears not to have changed a great deal in centuries. They live in one of the most scenic valleys we have ever seen and all appear to be so content with their lives.
We stopped in at a Berber family home where we sat in their lounge room, a long room with floor rugs, cushions and low tables and enjoyed mint tea, expertly poured by Said. With one of the girls ...
... were which was great and carried on for a couple of more hours until we reached a Berber restaurant, it literally was so small with seating on long cushions against the wall for about 8 people. The man cooked us up a chicken and vege dish which was tasty, and then we were on our way after multiple cups of mint tea. I must admit I am a little over the mint tea, I like having maybe 2 cups a day but today we had to,polish off a total of 6!! Can't ...
... in the scenery and watching the climbers before Karem suggested we get back on the road. We traced our way back through the little villages onto the main highway destined for Skoura and Kasbah Ait Ben Moro, the 17th century kasbah I would be staying in for the night.
After what seemed like hours in the car, we finally reached Skoura shortly before 8:00 p.m., a little desert oasis town in the middle of nowhere. We located, Ksabah Ait Ben Moro and as we entered ...
... I hadn’t yet grasped the significance of an "uninterrupted trail of footprints" and alternated between walking and clambering aboard the clunky vans that that haul folks back and forth to the weekly market.
Now looking at the map, I know this could easily be a Superhike if I could just patch those hike segments together. This would be a cool addition to my collection of Superhikes. Unlike the other Superhikes which are in areas well known ...
... beautiful and we could only imagine how amazing it would be a bit later in the season when the flowers were out. It was another old house but had been meticulously renovated using traditional methods. If anyone is ever in the area... this is the place to stay. Dinner was fantastic - perhaps the best tagine we've had yet. The temperature dropped drastically during the night but we expected it. It may have been around 20-30 degrees overnight. ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool