La Dune Blanche
Travel Blogs from Zagora
... host to no less than 32 films. All big movies, including Gladiator, Jewel in the Nile, The Mummy, and recently, game of thrones.
After, an hour, we had some food. Tradtional Moroccan Tagine beef for me, and a coke.
A hour or so later, we arrived at our destination, as far as the mini bus was concerned.
We were instructed to buy a Shemagh (Arabic head scarf), for 5 euros, to protect from the sun. Although we were mainly travelling the hour and ...
... short when it disappears into the desert sands near the coast. Zagora is the capital city of the Draa Valley. It's a new city, built in the 21st century and completed mainly in the 1970s, as a city to help support the large agricultural population in the area.
Day 055: 1 hour, 2.7 kms
Yesterday was kind of a short day, so today I try to get an early start, and within 30 minutes I've reach the next village, Oulad Ngdem. The town hasn’t woken up yet, so I enjoy a pleasant stroll up and down its alleys and take a video clip at a spot overlooking the villages I visited yesterday, just as the sun rises over ...
... oozed female comaraderie and Girl Power, it was most certainly unique.
Todra Gorge, yesterday:
Crushed five in the backseat and two in the front, the share taxi driver wove in and out of the palmeries on the way to the gorge. I received a crooked toothed grin from the granny on my right and a big brown eyed blink from the little girl sitting on her mother. The scenery was breathtaking but harrowing as ...
Right, time for Part 2 of our Moroccan Adventure! Same Country, yet a completely different experience!
We enjoyed our last breakfast at our beautiful Riad Eden before departing early in the morning with our local guide and his 4x4 jeep just for us! We booked this excursion over the Internet, with Google as our only recommendation and so we were a bit apprehensive but it was more than perfect! Our guide was, just like all Moroccans, so friendly and his CD that we had ...