Sel d'Ailleurs

BP 183, KM 59 Imarigha, Route de Taroudant, Asni, 42150, Morocco | B&B
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This B&B, located on BP 183, KM 59 Imarigha, Route de Taroudant, Asni, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    A travel blog entry by halfpine on Jun 03, 2012

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    ... else. The landscape was exotic but not that nice, mainly scree, so it's one step forward and two backwards if you are not careful. I didn't get any real altitude sickenss on the way up, just a very minor, mild headache. But the breathing was hard going. Strangely, I found it more difficult between 3000 and 3500 and then after 4000. Coordinating breathing and drinking was also tricky, as you can't breathe while you are drinking, ...

    Atlas Mountain Hike and Berber Villages

    A travel blog entry by kuhnglobaleyes on Nov 10, 2011

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    ... cooking, the door to the front stoop remained wide open, even though -- to us -- it was frigid outside. There was no fireplace or stove except in the kitchen, so we kept our hats and layers of fleece and slippers on (since shoes are not worn indoors). Through the open door we could see Mama Bear bending over the fire outside – she had a wholly unnatural bent to her back which made her look like she was hinged at the waist and permanently flopped over like ...

    Asni, fording, wedding celebrations/arguments

    A travel blog entry by phil.aldridge on Apr 10, 2011

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    ... and his family got out some maps and it quickly became apparent that he was going to give us the hard sell of a tour.

    Max took the lead, asking questions about the possible routes, and the costs of each. The costs didn't make much sense to me, with wildly varying prices for seemingly no reason, but they were all a little too high for all three of us. Unfortunately, Max wasn't really into the whole bartering thing and got really angry with their prices and ...

    La route est coupée or ACrackingOverTheTopDrive

    A travel blog entry by choy on Feb 21, 2011

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    ... reached the Tizi-n-Melloul pass at 2520 meters. From there it was a trivial drive down the other side, with us powering through the obstacles we faced. We all thought about how close we were to turning around when the end was so near. Driving between herds of sheep and lamb, we savoured the drive all the way down to Anezal. There we got our first cooked meal for several days and took in to a hotel for the first time for the entire trip. Here we finally parted ways with our English ...


    A travel blog entry by offonholiday on Aug 09, 2010

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    ... unbearable.

    I have never been so glad to arrive somewhere in all my life. It was a different gite - one which had a beautiful courtyard full of tables, chairs and pretty pot plants. I collapsed into a chair, gratefully necking the cold water I was given. Without even being asked, the owners rustled me up some dinner: pasta, chicken tagine and sald. It was delicious. I was then ushered to my little room, whereupon I fell on to the bed and was fast asleep within ...