Le Drom'Blanc

la Palmeraie - Ouled Driss, M'Hamid, 45400, Morocco | 2 star b&b
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This 2 star B&B, located on la Palmeraie - Ouled Driss, M'Hamid, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from M'Hamid

    Fes/Fez

    A travel blog entry by deirjohn on Jun 05, 2013

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    ... the lunch stop was a bit dubious. There are cats and kittens everywhere here but they are all in very poor condition. Arrived in Fez early evening, had a lovely buffet dinner and a short walk before crashing - lights out, no-one home. Some of the others who went out walking earlier than us saw a procession of 100 weddings. These were all poor couples and the governor ( I think) pays for ...

    The Medina of Fes

    A travel blog entry by kerry.mundy on Oct 11, 2012

    27 photos

    ... very little English, tried to tell us about his life. His ancestors have lived in this cave for 12 generations and he has not travelled further than Fes in his lifetime. The women of Bhalil spend their days sewing small buttons.for market.Only in the last couple of years, has he received electricity and running water. This is definitely the land of contrasts.

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    Beautiful land, beautiful people

    A travel blog entry by vamos_pa_ya on May 12, 2012

    44 photos

    ... they hold each others faces and are not afraid to show affection and simply touch. I could spend hours watching this behaviour. I had first encountered it in Senegal years ago, but somehow, I found it more fascinating this time, maybe it was even more obvious here. I was with a group of 10 college students, and they would spend hours simply engaging in conversation, sleeping 5 to one bed, playing cards, chess, cooking, laughing and suddenly, out of no where, one ...

    Last Stop: Fes (by Vienna)

    A travel blog entry by kuhnglobaleyes on Nov 27, 2011

    52 photos

    ... which means, “Donkey coming through!” Donkeys piled high with goods squeezed by, nearly sending their loads tumbling to the rough stone streets.

    As we continued to walk, the alleys continued to get narrower until our guide pointed us down a street where we could barely walk two across, with tall building walls on each side. Then he turned us into a “street” that was so narrow that we could touch the walls on each side, and in ...

    Step 15: Fes Masta!

    A travel blog entry by audreyrattay on Jul 08, 2011

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... their goats and children on the streets without shoes and skinny to the bone. I did experience a little bit of culture shock in this aspect. Fes is the first city and it houses around 1.5 million people. Our first stop was at the King's Palace and we were taught on the mosaics and gold of the doors. They said that peasants will clean the doors with lemons to make it shiny. Seems like quite the pitiful job. The culture shock I ...