Kasbah Hotel Asmaa Rissani

Address: BP 49, Route Erfoud-Rissani, Rissani, 52450, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel is located on BP 49, Route Erfoud-Rissani, Rissani.
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Travel Blogs from Rissani

1480. A Cool Clifftop Village

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 12, 2013

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... to pick up the pace or I’m going to end up in Arfoud very late at night.

One nice thing about starting a long hike at 3 PM is you avoid the hot hours of the day. 26 kilometers in cool weather is nothing. It’s hiking in the direct sun that really wears you out. Over the next 22 kilometers I see little more than the stars and an occasional headlight coming my way. Who ...

1479. Back to the Fascinating Mud Castle Region

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 12, 2013

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... Meknes, and chill out at the station until 5 in the morning to catch the first bus south… not comfortable, but I’ll manage. Things are looking good until we reach Azrou. It’s very cold, and it doesn’t seem like the bus is in any hurry to get going. I get shuffled from one bus to another to another, still not sure what’s going on, until someone explains, "the road is blocked because of the snow".

Two womens, camels, and Berber drum circle

A travel blog entry by arigney87 on Nov 28, 2012

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... polite drum circle to Shannon and I trying our (non-rhythmic) hands at drumming, then our "drunk uncle" Zuhair singing some of his traditional Berber songs at the top of his lungs in the beautiful key of drunk; followed by our very own belly dancing group of Selma, Attia, and Liz. Shannon had a wild outing involving some motorbikes and some desert herb, while I had a quiet glass of wine.

We finally turned it in when we ran out of firewood and the cold ...

Day 11 Saharan sand at the end of the road

A travel blog entry by babushka on Mar 29, 2012

1 comment, 9 photos

Missour to Merzouga 210 miles

After a minimal breakfast of mad cow cheese on bread rolls served on a towel rather than a plate and hot milky coffee, I hit the road for the first real sight of desert.

First of all I had to negotiate the long haul through the Atlas with many passes and ravines, most negotiated in rain. All was going well until after about 50 miles in Babs threw a fit. I had been driven off the narrow collapsed road ...

An explosion of Moroccan fun in the Arabian dunes

A travel blog entry by beckerworldtrip on Oct 21, 2011

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... circular arrangement of six small tents on an expanse of flat ground surrounded by dunes. We were about fifteen kilometers from the Algerian border. We were shown our tents and found thick mattresses of foam on the floor wrapped in clean and comfortable sheets and a candle burning in the corner. They use no electricity, of course, and rely entirely on fires and candles. Off in the back there was a fire inside a cooking tent, but this camp had no other amenities at all.