Address: 5 rue el jadida - bp103, Sidi Ifni, 85200, Morocco | B&B
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This B&B is located on 5 rue el jadida - bp103, Sidi Ifni.
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      Stopped by Gendarme

      A travel blog entry by michellendave on May 21, 2014

      54 photos

      ... an hour stroll and the Tafraout market is small and interesting. The snake oil salesman draws a big crowd while the snake charmer (Cobra) has none. The market has a peaceful buzz, not too hectic. People meet and greet each other warmly and take time to catch up. It is a laid back market in a laid back town.

      Before we left town, we stopped in at Said's shop and then visited the Argan co-op next door. ...

      ...like being in a postcard

      A travel blog entry by lighttraveler86 on Dec 16, 2013

      3 comments, 91 photos

      ...like being in a postcard

      for quite a while I thought I was lost somewhere in a picture book about natural wonders. so unbelievably beautiful, quiet and peaceful landscapes i am allowed to pass through. a continuous feast for my beloved eyes.

      but not only my eyes feel like they're in heaven, my other senses enjoy the fresh air, the clear spring waters and the all encompassing silence of morocco's mountains and deserts.

      last but by ...

      A Lovely Mirleft Day

      A travel blog entry by susiewoo on Mar 08, 2013

      4 photos

      ... of balanced pebbles, which Rosina and I then set about rebuilding.
      Amazingly one of the men reminded me of my lover Sigi who had drowned in the sea back in Iindia. The likeness was so strong that it sent me into a temporary state of shock, a little confusion about him resurrecting from the dead, or then that maybe it was his brother. So I couldn't help but stare at this man and feel so strange about it all. But he was French, not ...

      Return of the Sun

      A travel blog entry by susiewoo on Mar 07, 2013

      9 photos

      ... and I ran off to play in the sea. We etched circles and ice cream cones in the sand and did a spot of playing frisbee with some local lads.
      When Anna came down to the sea I returned to keep an eye on our things. A young man then arrived, saying I must pay him for the use of the parasol. I wasn't sure, but put on the spot I handed over what he was asking which was two euros. I kind of knew quite soon after that he'd been conning me, especially when ...

      Overlanding Notes for Morocco

      A travel blog entry by landylove on Jan 17, 2013

      1 comment

      ... and clean toilets. 70 dirhams.

      Sidi Ouassai – Camping Plage Sidi Ouassai, Tel 05 28 21 75 59, N30 3.311, W9 41.326. Excellent security. Hot showers and clean toilets. Restaurant. Nice beach to walk on. No shade, no space. Shop. 70 dirhams.

      Fort Bou Jerif – Camping Fort Bou Jerif, B.P. 504, 81000 Guelmim, www.fortboujerif.com, contact@boujerif.com, N29 4.944, W10 19.825. ...