Sally Bed & Breakfast

Address: Les Amicales, Mirleft, Morocco | B&B
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This B&B, located on Les Amicales, Mirleft, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Mirleft

Stopped by Gendarme

A travel blog entry by michellendave on May 21, 2014

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... He showed a stack of a dozen signed tickets he has issued and were paid. He pulled out a thick stack of 100's which he explained were received for the violations. He showed another paper and explained that they have three categories, 400, a 500 and a 1000 dirham fines. We were at the bottom rung with just 400, he said. "It doesn't go in my pocket," he said as he implored us to believe him. He flipped ...

A Lovely Mirleft Day

A travel blog entry by susiewoo on Mar 08, 2013

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... of balanced pebbles, which Rosina and I then set about rebuilding.
Amazingly one of the men reminded me of my lover Sigi who had drowned in the sea back in Iindia. The likeness was so strong that it sent me into a temporary state of shock, a little confusion about him resurrecting from the dead, or then that maybe it was his brother. So I couldn't help but stare at this man and feel so strange about it all. But he was French, not ...

And Then Came Mirleft

A travel blog entry by susiewoo on Mar 06, 2013

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... said it was the sight of the sweet children which had inspired him to stop. He lived in Tiznit but worked as a head waiter in the beach village of Mirlleft to which we were heading. Mirleft was about 40 klms away, through semi arid hilly landscape. Though as for the sun we had come so far south to see, the weather here was still rainy and overcast.
'The land has needed this rain' Hamid told us. 'For such a long time we have been without rain.'

Mirleft was ...

Bab goes south.

A travel blog entry by lilythedog on Jan 14, 2013

As I left off, the rooftop breakfast in Essaouira remains my favourite, but I should mention that all our riads in Morocco provide great complimentary breakfasts. Usually consisting of fresh bread, butter and sometimes a kind of nut butter with honey, jams, yogurt, coffee, tea, and always always with fresh squeezed (like fresh squeezed a minute ago) orange juice. Mmmm! This day was a long one in the ...

Bab goes south.

A travel blog entry by lilythedog on Jan 14, 2013

... we decided to head back just north of Agadir to Taghazout; a little town that looked really quiet and young-English-speaking-people friendly as it is home to Surf Maroc, a big British run hostel and surf school with restaurant. Turns out surf maroc was full, but their friend Rachid had a place available at Dar Taghazout, a small vacation apartment building just down the beach. But more of that later! ...