How has this inn rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Chez Talout Skoura
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‘The River’s coming’
The moths in the desert were small, pale, fluttering things that flocked inside the Burkemobil and clung to the mesh insect screens like something out of a Stephen King movie. Besides after nine days of intense heat we’d had enough. An hour into our journey west, the sky darkened, thunder rolled, and as forked lightening split the sky, a howling wind swept a sand storm across the landscape. ...
... the new King and Parliament have made infrastructure and housing a priority. Family law has been changed, since the King is also the religious leader he has a lot of power. Girls cannot marry until 18. Women can seek a divorce. There is new construction in every city and town. The two biggest problems currently are medical care and education. They are building schools. Medical care is free, but far from villages and there are waiting lists in ...
... valley below . Time to kick up the romance! The many terraces and small nooks afforded plenty of opportunity to be private or socialize. I would rate it a perfect honeymoon stop, if this place doesn't stoke the fire, nothing will! The cold wind blew when it was time for dinner so we opted for the Salon. We made ourselves comfortable on the low mattress and pillows. Guys in light blue robes brought the dishes in ...
... did provide a good photo op.
We then walked back to the car, dropped Ali back in the town square, bid him adieu and drove back to Erfoud for the trip towards Todra Gorge, but not before we made a quick stop at the date souk in Erfoud. I learned that Erfoud is actually the date capital of Morocco and the host of the annual date festival, which I was going to miss by four days. (Damn. I love a good local festival.)
Anyway, I bought a box of dates (way ...
You don't suppose it's somewhere the other side of the bridge?
It was. A little Dacia Duster 4x4 was waiting, lights on, engine running, underneath a huge sign for Chez Talout. He seemed pleased to see us.
"Is before the bridge, yes? You come from Ouarzazate."
Hum. Yes. I suppose so. I suppose we should have seen the sign when we first came along that road, but we weren't looking for it ...