Travel Blogs from Tarfaya, Morocco

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abandoned ferry and more street selling, Tarfaya, Morocco travel blog

abandoned ferry and more street selling

A travel blog entry by raicorosenberg

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... 5 mins down the road is the famous "Assalam" ferry that ran aground on its way to the canary islands and was abandoned in Tarfaya in april 2008. It belongs to the famous Spanish shipping company, Naviera Armas that many people know of. The ship is still ...

Closest ever to the Canary Islands -100km, Tarfaya, Morocco travel blog

Closest ever to the Canary Islands -100km

A travel blog entry by raicorosenberg

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We finally left Tan-Tan plage in the afternoon and headed for the beaten highway to Tarfaya. The weather was really dull and awkward. This combined with the deserted flat landscape and my first impressions certainly gave a very strange feel about the ...

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На "Авось

A travel blog entry by 2africa

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Ненаселенное место. Полудикий кэмпинг.  ...

It's like Xmas..., Tarfaya, Morocco travel blog

It's like Xmas...

A travel blog entry by beattie99

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... about the clutch I give it a miss...gutted! Driving through the desert with the sun setting was amazing! Part 4: We aimed for tarfaya to clear 560km by sunset! We arrived at dark and took the first place available. The auberge is a dump, smells of sweat, ...

Civilization, Tarfaya, Morocco travel blog

Civilization

A travel blog entry by choy

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... that day, we did the remaining 500 the next morning, arriving in time for a late lunch in Tarfaya. Tarfaya is located in the border area between Morocco proper and West Sahara, and therefore also marks the beginning of civilization, that had been largely ...

Desert Towns, Tarfaya, Morocco travel blog

Desert Towns

A travel blog entry by superhikes

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... ;before that it was a pretty neglected town. I follow the quiet side streets to… what’s is that? A museum!? In Tarfaya?! Apparently Saint Expury the writer of "the Little Prince" lived in Tarfaya once, and there’s a museum about ...

An Industrial Town in the Desert, Laayoune Plage, Morocco travel blog

An Industrial Town in the Desert

A travel blog entry by superhikes

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... playing guitars, so I join them and soon we’ve got a little jam session going. These fellows are from other parts of Morocco whose fathers work here in El Ayoun. They don’t seem to mind life here—although there is tension between out ...

When all hell breaks lose, Tarfaya, Morocco travel blog

When all hell breaks lose

A travel blog entry by lenahoff

All hell broke use yesterday. It was inevitable; people have breakdowns on trips like these especially in such tight circumstances as the truck. Unfortunately I took part in the fighting but it was ridiculous. To begin to explain this I have to ...

1105 A Refreshingly Modern Town (Mor 347), Boujdour, Morocco travel blog

1105 A Refreshingly Modern Town (Mor 347)

A travel blog entry by nathanphil

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Day 049: 10 hours, 11.2 kms From Tarfaya I continue on to El Ayoun, the capital of the Sahara region, but I don't tarry long. I already explored this city back in 2009 on my way to Senegal and now I have another priority: Boujdour. Boujdour is one of ...

Tarfaya, Tarfaya, Morocco travel blog

Tarfaya

A travel blog entry by karlmarx79

Tarfaya, ...

1104 Desert Makeover Town (Mor 346), Tarfaya, Morocco travel blog

1104 Desert Makeover Town (Mor 346)

A travel blog entry by nathanphil

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... that it was a pretty neglected town.  I follow the quiet side streets to… what’s is that? A museum!? In Tarfaya?!  Apparently Saint Expury the writer of "the Little Prince" lived in Tarfaya once, and there’s a museum about ...

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