Dar Raha Zagora

Address: Hay Amezrou, Zagora, 45900, Morocco | B&B
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This B&B, located on Hay Amezrou, Zagora, is near Beaches of Agadir, Agadir Beach, Agadir Kasbah, and Taghazout Beach.
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      Day 8: from Merzouga to Zagora

      A travel blog entry by martinn on Feb 14, 2015

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      Day 8 (14th of February)

      Today we left Merzouga early morning to go to Zagora. We decided to make today a bit easier and take only about 2 hours offroad piste. Otherwise we stayed on tarma to make some distance.

      We stopped at Tasarin to buy some bread, vegetables and fruits for todays dinner. We then continued and shortly after Tasarin took the offroad piste. Todays ...

      Marrakesh - Day 7

      A travel blog entry by tlburgess on Nov 08, 2013

      8 photos

      ... When the fire started to die, we all just laid back on the mats separating us from the soft sand beneath us and looked up at the clear sky about us. More stars than you can ever imagine covered us like a blanket and I counted 15 shooting stars from laying there for a short time.

      As our eyes drew heavy, we’d remembered hearing about other volunteers sleeping outside. So me, Pav and Tess decided to drag our bedding from the tent and attempt sleeping ...

      Sharif monument, library, and pottery

      A travel blog entry by arigney87 on Nov 29, 2012

      8 photos

      ... inside a deep hole in the ground for a moment, then popped back up only to his waist. He stepped on the pedal for the wheel underground, while he quickly conjured up a tiny tagine and decorative plate. They soak the raw clay for 24 hours in water, then work it into bowls, plates, roof tiles (you name it!) using the wheel or other tools, and finally they fire each piece for about 5 hours in clay ovens that reach temperatures up to 1,000 degrees. Colors are ...

      To pop or not to pop?

      A travel blog entry by jogrey on Oct 31, 2012

      2 photos

      Today, we finally have to talk blisters, I'm sorry. At least it's better than bowels! So for a few days now I have felt quite smug that my feet have maintained their fleshy, soft, though now slightly whiffy appearance. Not a blemish in sight. My feet aren't the most beautiful you will ever see. They're quite large for a lady; size 8 in UK terms mostly. But then I've never professed to being a lady. They are also very wide with the two longest toes next to the big toe being of ...

      The dunes that were in our guidebook

      A travel blog entry by ivan.mclellan on May 13, 2011

      ... road with lots of

      The scenery we were driving through was stony
      desert, but there were wonderful views of mountains in the distance at
      many different angles as the road wound its way through canyons and then
      long straight roads through the Moroccan stepps the roads seem to go on
      almost forever.

      We eventually ended up on the N10 and
      carry on until we reached the village of Taliouine where we found ...