Riad Kasbah

Address: 101 Derb Harbil-Kasbah, Marrakech, 44000, Morocco | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located on 101 Derb Harbil-Kasbah, Marrakech, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Marrakech

    Second-last night in Morocco

    A travel blog entry by tobequitefrank on Jul 03, 2015

    4 comments

    ... and-sorry long lunch together to sink back cokes and plates of fries to atone for the festivities. Being Friday there were additional prayers going on and we sat for a time outside our hotel watching those praying during the day. Throughout the trip Ramadan has been a key part of the lives of those around us: the sleepy run of life during the day as shops remained closed and restaurants have no reason to trade; the bustle of the post-break fast evening and cities coming ...

    Lost in the souks

    A travel blog entry by tobequitefrank on Jun 30, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... from the seeds of the argan tree that only grows in Morocco, while a couple of girls got some henna tattoos (that they would come to regret as the things smeared into a stained mess over the course of the next few hours). We went back to the Jemaa el-Fnaa square for a ridiculous cheap lunch before splitting up to wander the souks for some shopping. Though not really in need of anything myself, I accompanied Jayne and another of the girls and, after some ...

    Melting in Marrakech

    A travel blog entry by tobequitefrank on Jun 29, 2015

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... While the peaks were just as shapely as the northeastern end of the High Atlas, there were more pines and less cedar and the volcanic basalt and granite imbued them with much grayer colours. We took the Atlas' highest road crossing (2,260 metres) and had some awesome views at a stop just past the peaks. The area is unsurprisingly tremendously popular with hikers, with beautiful grassy plateaus and a couple of waterfalls fed by the last of the snowmelt. After lunch at ...

    Madness in Marrakech

    A travel blog entry by jenscaras on Mar 04, 2015

    14 photos

    ... Morocco and gives you an idea of just how amazing the people are here. Soon after, other members of the staff brought ice packs in and Jason was on the road to recovery. The good news was that nothing was actually broken and there was no head trauma. The bad news is that Jason now has a noticeable limp where the tire imprinted on his leg and a very sore left cheek where he got a handlebar facial. Other than that he’s in good ...

    Marrakech: Scooters, football and thongs

    A travel blog entry by itsabsmallworld on Oct 12, 2012

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... pussycat?' rather than Inglewood rap..... After a slow check in we were starving and made our way through the chaos to Djemaa El-Fna, the main square. The journey to the main square (one we would make many times) was generally a gauntlet of dodging and avoiding oncoming scooters roaring towards and behind you, men wheeling trailers, the odd donkey cart, beggar women, and of course the shopkeepers, urging you each time to 'just have a look'. The square was busy, scooters ...