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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... would be another beach place in Morocco and yet quite different from Agadir. But on the morning we were due to go the Hotel told us the road was cut by landslides. We would not be able to get there. So we made the decision not to go and cancelled trip there altogether. We were both very disappointed as we were so looking forward to it. We are still trying to get our money back from the B&B but the driver gave us back our deposit. Then we booked into the Soffetil at Agadir for 2 nights ...
The hotel looked palatial and glamorous in the misty rain and uplighting as we arrived, but closer inspection showed hasty, crude workmanship. The 'jacuzzi', for example, was finished in rough tiling that would have felt like a cheese grater on the skin, and all electrical sockets and fittings were loose. None of this mattered, we would be gone the next day, but there certainly were a few dirham to be made from tour groups, and establishments like this seemed to be springing ...
... Explore guide here and he took us on a walk through the surrounding area and through some berber villages. It was great to see things on foot, and, great to be out of the car for a day. Looking back, I loved all of the different things we got to see, but, I could have used more time to walk and sight see in each location. ...
... Michael , the Riad owner to go to the Donkey sanctuary as we said we were affected by the state of animals here.
The Marrakech Mules as it is known by is run by a fabulous Englishwoman and her husband Charles who have taken in badly neglected or even worse state Donkeys and Mules.
Her oldest donkey is called Tommy and he is 35 and he writes a blog about what it is like to be a donkey in Marrakech. Anyway Sue & Charles are using all their English pensions ...
... The noise - snake charmers, bongos and other musical gatherings. It made me smile like I have done many times over the past three years, looking at something foreign and fantastic, appreciating a sight I would never have known existed had I not left the UK. "This is awesome!", I said to Lydia as we got up to walk around after they'd finished eating.
Unfortunately I'll also remember that night for another thing, far from being a big smile. Just like the guys with ...