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You can have all sorts of moroccan dishes from Tajines to Harera, Tanjia, salads etc.
Be sure not to pay more than 35 or 40 dirhams for a tajine. usualy is 25 but it some times depends.
Be sure if you're a vegetarian and if you ask for a vegetarian tajine to say 100 times that you don't even want the taste of meat in you plate, cos they'll just take the meat out and let the sauce in.
Written Jun 7, 2003
Address: Main Square Erfoud
Erfoud is pretty quiet. I have to say that there did not seem to be any group tours around during my short stay - all the tourist restaurants at the bottom of Av Mohammed V were quiet or dead -
The place shuts down fairly early, with the busy cafe of the Hotel Mergouza empty and closing up by eleven. At one in the morning I went up to the roof of my hotel to have a smoke and look at the rising moon. The quiet was absolute, the silence deep enough for me to be able to hear the clicking of an unseen dog's claws as it ran acoss along the pavement.
Written Oct 20, 2006
The main stores selling stone articles, fossils & decorative minerals are strung out along the main road from Er Rachidia to Rissani.
Smaller workshops can be found South of town - on the road that leads over the Ziz towards Burj Est, The same stuff but cheaper.
Updated Oct 20, 2006
If you thing that the desert is a lonnely place with sand, hot and camels... you are wrong!
It is crouded, lots of people, mostly turists, and of course locals.
Unique Suggestions: If you must, go, but take some money with you, because you will find locals asking you to
Written Dec 30, 2004
Over there, on the far side of that big dune, lies Algeria. Just a couple miles from where we watched the sunrise. I'd love to be able to paint Algeria blue on my world vt map, but unless I physically cross the border, it doesn't count, does it? If I understood our Taureg correctly, his encampment was in a small oasis in Algeria. Tauregs roam the Sahara with little regard for national boundaries.
Written Feb 1, 2005
Favorite thing: This is the place where all the actions goes in Erfoud. If you need a cab it's here, if you need a bus its here, I mean everything. Bus tickets, groceries, food, etc...
Written Jun 7, 2003