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

      Introduction to Fez and Throwback Airline

      A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Sep 09, 2014

      9 photos

      ... grabbing at my seat with his face down as the plane came down for landing. I was the only one who clapped once we had landed - I was truly happy knowing we are not taking Royal Air Morocco anymore during our trip. As we exited the plane down the steps we were greeted by a warm heat and palm trees - what? Palm Trees - who knew? We got through the small customs line in fine fashion though a guy next to us seemed rather nervous and was questioned a while before ...

      Fes - more than a name for a silly hat!

      A travel blog entry by samanthamaguire on Aug 16, 2013

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... and the lack of lack of sleep is kicking in. It is very easy to adopt local habits and rest during the heat of the day, so it's a leisurely ( has to be leisurely, it's so damn hot...) 10 minute stroll back to our Riad.
      Waking five hours later (!!!) we return to the Medina to wonder and marvel. The Medina and its walls have been here for over twelve hundred years. It's streets are narrow and the clay buildings, tall. Fes is much less cosmopolitan than Marrakech and many more of ...

      Medina alley ways

      A travel blog entry by michie-and-paul on Apr 24, 2013

      ... am over tagines for lunch and dinner, I want something a bit different. Today is Kafta Tagine which is the meatballs in tomato sauce with a egg in the middle. More walking through the medina winding and twisting our way back to the medina wall to the bus and onto view the beautiful Blue gate and the theology school. It's been a huge day and its like knowledge overload of this gate, or that wall or door, and some other mosque. A lot to absorb in one ...

      Fes

      A travel blog entry by jkloewen on Oct 22, 2012

      27 photos

      ... usually use your right hand to eat. Hassan also took us to a cafe to use the wifi. There are never any women at the cafes. The only time we saw women at a cafe, was either at a tourist cafe, or it is a very special cafe where couples go. Jess was the only woman in the one we went to, but she didn't mind. The Moroccan men can sit for hours at the cafes and do nothing. This goes well with the "Moroccian time" thing I mentioned in the last blog, but I think it would drive North ...

      First Day in Fes

      A travel blog entry by mjs265 on May 28, 2012

      1 comment, 24 photos

      ... overpriced carpets at knife-point in one of Fes' more creative money-laundering schemes. However, we were reassured that this tiny alley did in fact lead to the guesthouse Fes Aya by some nice old lady our "guide" grabbed off the street. Down the path we went, and the door at the end opened to a small but beautiful atrium with colorful tiles and detailed carvings on the archways and columns. A young man showed us the ...