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2006 Morocco Tour - Part 1 [03:12]
Part 1 covers(a) the Hassan II mosque in Casablanca (one of the largest in the world) (b) the Chellah necropolis (built on the ruins of an ancient Roman city of Sala Colonia) in Rabat (c) the Hassan Tower (the minaret of an incomplete mosque from the 12th century) also in Rabat (d) the Roman ruins in Volubilis (the largest and best preserved of Morocco) near Meknes and (e) an evening at a Riad in Fez. Music: "Je n'oublie rien" and "Yalla Bina Yalla" by Alabina (lead singer Ishtar) and "Sognu" by Amaury Vassili.
Tags: Morocco, Maroc, Casablanca, Rabat, Volubilis
Globe Trekker - Morocco with Ian Wright [33:55]
Ian Wright travels to Morocco on the Northwestern tip of Africa. It's a country of stark desert, high mountain ranges, and some of the most richly cultured cities in the world. He begins his journey in the port of Tangier, where most travellers enter the country. He shares a ride with an American businesswoman far as the small market town of Chaouen, and picks up some valuable tips about travelling in Morocco. He then hitches to the walled city of Fez, through the Rif mountains, the country's main Hashish growing region. Fez remains the most complete medieval city in the Arab world, and is Morocco's religious capital. Ian spends a day exploring the Medina and winding back-alleys, before heading for the hammam, where he experiences a violent Moroccan massage. Ian continues his journey to the village of Tamtachoute in the High Altas Mountains, where he's invited to stay the night with a local family - to a Moroccan a guest is a gift from Allah, and he's made to feel very welcome. Next day he witnesses Aid El Kabir, one of the Islamic world's oldest and most important religious festivals celebrating the time when Abraham was asked by God to slaughter his son, Isaac. Every family that can afford to buys a sheep and slaughters it at home. Ian hires a motorbike and heads down the Dades Valley to Zagora, following the route of a thousand Kasbahs, an ancient caravan trail that runs out to the desert. He embarks on a two day camel trek form the village of Tinfou, but unfortunately ...
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Hotel Restaurant La Kasbah, Tinghir, Morocco (MA) [00:45]
goo.gl for reviews, prices and info. Hotel Restaurant La Kasbah, Tinghir, Morocco (MA) Built on a cliff overlooking the magical garden valley of Toudgha, La Kasbah offers you the highest standards of accommodation in Tinghir. Located on the periphery of a lush oasis, this enchanting property is the ideal retreat for those who want to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Providing you with all the assurances of a top quality hotel with the comfort and charm of a romantic retreat, the establishment promises you a wonderful base for your holiday to Morocco. Ouarzazate is 160 km (99 miles) whilst the famous gorge of Toudghael is just 15 km (9.3 miles) away. This lovely guest property is staffed by a dedicated and dynamic team who are happy to be of service. Sample the delights of North African cuisine in the inviting restaurant, and enjoy stunning panoramic views of the surroundings from this very special place. The swimming pool is currently being upgraded to treat you to a refreshing and relaxing in which to unwind. When you want to get out and about, dont hesitate to consult the tour desk for suggestions for a truly memorable itinerary! Whether you are interested in the history, the landscape or the culture, youll find La Kasbah provides you with a comfortable home-from-home. Hotel Features General Room Service, Restaurant, Pet Friendly, Disabled Access, Air Conditioned, Non-Smoking Rooms, Shower, Breakfast in the Room Activities Swimming pool, Tour Desk ...
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