Camp de l'Oasis
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Continental Breakfast
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... Casablanca to central west Africa. We drive the rest of the way to marakesh through the high atlas mountains. The views are stunning and incredibly varied. Sorry to say goodbye to the mountains. We will spend the remainder of our time in ...
... from Gladiator, Jewel in the Nile, a French Astorix film and several Biblical/Egyptian epics. We also see a concrete car which will be used in a scene where the car is blown up and an aluminium aeroplane. While some of the sets are beginning to deteriorate, it is interesting to see their construction from their reverse side - close up the plaster and wood facade still look like stone. Gill would have liked to have bathed in Cleopatra's pool, but ...
... were just doing a one day tour. I was a little worried they didn't know where to put me, but we eventually stopped at a gas station and I switched buses to join up with my group.
I had a great group. We were from all over the place, Canadian, Spanish, Italian, Israeli, Japanese, French. It was gonna be a good group :)
I fell asleep pretty early in the drive and was woken up about an hour later for our first photo opp. ...
We leave Hotel Taborihte about 9:00am with the boys taking our bags across the suspension foot bridge to our mini van and onto Ouarzazate about 4hrs where we will have lunch.
Ouarzazate is located at an elevation of 1,160 metres (3,810 ft) in the middle of a bare plateau south of the High Atlas Mountains. To the south of the town is the desert.The town is chiefly inhabited by Berbers, ...
... for, especially on the side towards Marrakech. So we made it to Marrakech, just overnighted and onto Essaouira.
Interesting pointer: the road the follows out of Ouarzazate towards Ait Benhadou used to be unpaved past Ait Benhadou but it has been paved now and we saw a lot of local traffic taking that road towards Marrakech. It would save a lot of driving if you are heading to Marrakech from this ...