Dar Imlil

Imlil, Morocco | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Imlil

Day 8 - Down & In

A travel blog entry by bgill

15.32 - Considering yesterday was such a challenge, i don’t think any of us could have faced anything too strenuous today. Thankfully we have had a nice easy day of mostly downhill walking. I was asleep pretty quickly last night and slept well until i woke up needing a ****. Not wanting to get out out of the tent, i just leant out and went for it! Had it not been for this, when 6.30 came around, i would have found ...

Day 5 - A Little Bit Of Luxury

A travel blog entry by bgill

... showers and washed our clothes in the sink. Whilst i was doing mine, Dave came out of the shower and slipped on the tiled floor. It was a cracking fall and he cut his elbow in the process meaning we had to fetch our resident nurse, Louise, to patch him up. He has had a right day with numerous slips today coming down the mountain but this topped the lot. Tea was prepared whilst we watched the sun going down from the terrace and we dried our clothes and chatted in ...

4x4 time... Berber Trail

A travel blog entry by hbseasia2012


... valley and lake. On the route we stopped to take photos in a small village, as soon as we stopped the children (Native Berber) were running up to the car, but they let us take photos and played near by to us the the car. I got back into the car and they started asking for Dirhams. We continued on the route and drove through a really busy town, people and vehicle where everywhere and it took some time to pass through, we did not stop though. Throughout the morning ...

Atlas Mountain Hike and Berber Villages

A travel blog entry by kuhnglobaleyes


... children screamed and ran but the adults laughingly stayed put. We were relieved when no coercion or threatening seemed to take place. It was explained to The Goat Man that we were visitors, and he even agreed to have his picture taken with us after the kids gave him their coins (but we actually weren’t thrilled to get too close to that sweaty, dirty goat-skin-covered creature.) After a quick photo, he charged off, wielding his stick and bag of ash ...


A travel blog entry by offonholiday


... off the rest of my group. The mountain pass they were beginning on was immense and my foot ached just looking at it. I was left with one mule and one muleteer, a jovial yet toothless man called Ahmed. As they packed up camp, I listened to their singing of traditional Berber call-and-response songs. It was pretty awesome.

And so we embarked on the hike back to Aremd. We went by road, which was as undemanding as possible on my foot. But I still had to walk, and ...


This hotel, located in Imlil, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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