Riad Dar Fatna

Address: Douar Ait Chelha, Ouzoud, 2300, Morocco | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on Douar Ait Chelha, Ouzoud.
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      WAKA WAKA, AY AY. THIS TIME FOR AFRICA.

      A travel blog entry by amelia.connell on Oct 20, 2014

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      ... there. We did however, sit outside for an hour and marvel at this magnificent structure. This is something else hard to explain; the mosque is white stone contrasted against a bright blue sky but also a beautiful erect magnificent work contrasted by incomprehensible nauseating poverty. The further we got from city center the harder it got to keep looking left down the side streets. By the end it was mostly just shells of buildings with shredded sheets or towels for doors and ...

      Baby, Its Cold Outside

      A travel blog entry by donmiller on Oct 02, 2014

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      ... 35 degrees according to my REI key chain thermometer but our local guide cried bogus on that. He was wearing a sweater and hadn't even broken a sweat. He said this isn't hot at all to the others cowering in the shade. Maybe 25. I had everyone on my side until an Israeli guy called up the local temp on his phone. Local temp from weather.com which can't accurately tell you what yesterday's temperature was let alone a sparsely populated desert community living in mud brick houses half ...

      I Want To Be Your Holy Man

      A travel blog entry by donmiller on Sep 29, 2014

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      ... and push carts. Just a 15 foot wide cobblestone walkway lined with shops and stalls. Crowded with people shopping, selling or socializing. As the three of us have light luggage, it was great fun. We found our Riads pretty quickly and split up to get settled in.
      I must admit that I was surprised when a white haired pale skinned man opens the gate a greeted me in an Australian accent.
      It is by far and a way French and Arabic spoken here so having a native ...

      Mr Cab Driver

      A travel blog entry by donmiller on Sep 28, 2014

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      ... Then every got up and walked away. Two Hungarians looked at each other. Secretly wondering who ******.
      just the three of us and no bus in sight. We pulled our resources and started bargaining for a reasonable cab price. The taxi driver offered 150 ($16US) and I countered with 50. The cabbies countered with 150. The Hungarians countered with 150. Errrr. I don't think they understood the process. At least we split it.
      my hotel was deep in The Medina where ...

      Morocco desert tours via Zagora and Erg Chebbi-Mzg

      A travel blog entry by moroccodesert1 on Jul 24, 2014

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      ... M’gouna, Dades and Marrakech.
      After breakfast, we will leave Merzouga to Marrakech via Erfoud
      which is known by its fossils product. Next, we drive to Galaat M’gouna
      passing by oasis palms, Berber villages and we make a short stop at
      Todra Gorges. Galaat M’gouna is known by its valley of roses. Then, we will continue via Dades and Ait Benhaddou Kasbah to Marrakech.http://www.epiczagoratours.co m
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