Riad Le Mazagao

Address: N6, derb el Hajjar, El Jadida, 24000, Morocco | 2 star b&b
 
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This 2 star B&B is located on N6, derb el Hajjar, El Jadida.
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      Travel Blogs from El Jadida

      The Road to Marrakesh!

      A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Feb 28, 2014

      23 photos

      ... so we kept tight to the inside of the wall until we came to a bastion, one of four remaining look-out points where we could access the ramparts up some stone steps. From here we could happily walk most of the way round. To give you some idea of size, if you were fit, you could probably run around in a tad under five minutes. It is not massive, not like Dubrovnik, and sadly it is in a state of decay, but we understand the town has a vision for the future ...

      Gibraltar to El Jadida

      A travel blog entry by munchkins on Dec 15, 2013

      ... that meant it would be a slow trip to motor against the flow.

      Peter and I had decided to keep in touch on the VHF on channel 72 so we could share ideas on the way. It took some four hours before we cleared the entry exit zone before setting heading for the southwestern coast of Morocco. It was another two hours before we could turn off the engine and just sail. Rob and Laura were excitedly at finally getting under way after six days of shopping and helping me ...

      The grand finale

      A travel blog entry by tsjackson on Dec 21, 2011

      20 photos

      ... beach behind the town. Getting out my guidebook, I realized that the beach faced east so I took note that it might be a good opportunity to get a good sunrise picture if my ability to wake up in time allowed. I took at seat at a little cafe situated on the edge of the beach and watched as several games of soccer were being played in front of me. Relaxing with a nice Moroccan whiskey in hand, the sun soon set, leaving the soccer games continuing under ...

      La Fin

      A travel blog entry by karsenault on Aug 17, 2011

      64 photos

      ... s open. The women stay in their houses and the men sit or lay around outside doing absolutely nothing aside from watching me.

      My day consists of laying in bed until about 10 or 11 because there's nothing open until then, attempting to find food which is usually unsuccessful until two hours later I happen upon a market where I can at least buy fruit. Then I end up on some bench eating it like a homeless person. I then try ...

      One week down!

      A travel blog entry by eabosch on May 10, 2011

      ... its owned by a nice french couple and there was a poster on the wwall for a cow festival so after dinner so we asked where it was and they ended up shoaing yus opictures on their laptop of ahen they went to the cow festival and talked to us for half an hour they were so friendly and today there is a wedding at the chateau so i am gunna see if they need help setting up and we have a new counsellor coming tonight so all in alll france is ...