Le Petit Prince Bivouac

Address: 7 kms from M'Hamid, M'Hamid, Morocco | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 7 kms from M'Hamid, M'Hamid, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from M'Hamid

      Festy Fes

      A travel blog entry by jessicaalice on Aug 24, 2014

      2 photos

      ... him. Jed skipped dinner and Yasif insisted he have another oregano tea back at the hostel! So just packed my bag for the last time for a little while. We have a bloody long day tomorrow...a train to Tangier (first class this time!) then a ferry, followed by a local bus and then a coach to Malaga and a taxi to the Airport where we will kip on the floor for a few hours ready for our 6am flight back to the UK! All that in the space of 24hours. ...

      Ramadan in Morocco

      A travel blog entry by bartvaneijden on Aug 07, 2013

      75 photos

      ... are extremely rude, impolite and they have no respect, only for your wallet. Saying NO (or 'Laah' in Arabic) does not work, not even after 10 times as they will follow you everywhere. During the time of Ramadan, which is a time to reflect on life and show respect for many things, the behavior of the street vendors is exactly the opposite. It makes you wonder if they really are Muslims. I know not all people in Morocco ...

      Morocco, here I come....

      A travel blog entry by katieandrod on Mar 31, 2013

      4 comments, 2 photos

      ... clouds hindering the view, and we stuck to the main motorway the whole way, so this limited the how much we really got to see. There were lots of olive trees and even fields of wild flowers. Vibrant purple, yellow, orange and red flowers all along the roadside; it reminds me of driving through the English countryside – except for all the donkeys grazing along the sides of the road.

      Sunday is the ...

      Tannery! Tannery! Come! Come!

      A travel blog entry by sashadasha on Oct 08, 2012

      17 photos

      ... phrase that they had learned in English: “Tannery is that way!” Great, now the kids were touting too.

      As the maze of the alleyways was bewildering we started to feel a bit claustrophobic. Ignoring the “helpful” strangers eager to take us to another tannery we asked men seating in front of a house of a major landmark that matched our map. They were usually helpful, despite no command of English or even French language. We just ...

      I Wouldn’t Send my Dog to Morocco

      A travel blog entry by gmscholz on May 19, 2012

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... notice your discomfort and politely won’t let you get away with it, but will instead sooth your concerns by plying you with positive reinforcement of said quality of carpets and family lineage.

      So now you have no were else to go but ask for the price, which will be more than you hoped for. If you imply “that’s a lot more than I was thinking” the next question will be “well how much would you like to pay?” ...