Dar Lola

Merzouga, Morocco | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Merzouga

Camping in the Sahara

A travel blog entry by hayleymarsh


... dunes on camels and having the sun set behind us. On arrival at the campsite, first thing was to set up our beds for the evening. Turns out that carrying a mattress up a sand dune isn't an easy task, but sleeping on top of the sand dune under the stars and meteor shower would certainly be worth it. I also had a go at some sand boarding this afternoon (after having had a little bit of Dutch courage) which was great fun. The evening was spent around ...

Sunrise at the Dunes!

A travel blog entry by mugharrington


... stream is spring fed. This is a popular destination for rock climbers and we noticed a few making their way up the face of the canyon wall. Lunch was interesting. Someone at our table asked for a beer, Khalid questioned the waiter and the response was, “We have 6.” Was that 6 types of beer or 6 beers in total? The waiter finally came around to take our orders but now they were all out of beer. The restaurant only had 6 beers ...

Meeting Jimi Hendrix & Bob Marley

A travel blog entry by jj3101


... shown to our tent. It was sandy but comfortable and all part of the experience right? We had dinner in the communal tent and were delighted with the quality that was provided despite being in the middle of nowhere! After dinner there was music and star watching before heading to bed. We needed our sleep for our 6am departure the next morning with hopes of catching the sunrise over the dunes.

Morocco- we are falling in love with you minute by minute.


Erg Chebbi and surrounds

A travel blog entry by joeandemtomai


After spending the night in a traditional Kasbah and enjoying it's palm surrounded pool.. We woke to meet Mohammed a Tinehir guide who took us through the town palmery :) in the palmery are fields and portions of vegetable and fruit plantations owned by different families. The date palms are also grown all over and provide shade and are later sold. After the palmery we visited a rug making cooperative ...

Into the desert

A travel blog entry by robinandjulie


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The new arrivals are American Vietnamese from Boston, three young women and one man. The Touaregs are busy settling the camels and making sure they can't wander off during the night, and then they set about cooking and, of course, making tea.

Our youngsters located the sandboards at the side of the hut and headed for the dunes, with me and Julie following with cameras.

As the sun went down, our ...


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