Riad Anda

Aoulouz, Agadir, Morocco | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Agadir

1526. Reaching Toubkal

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jun 05, 2013

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... 500 meter drop. 1,500 meters of skree and cliffs with no real trail. This is really f--ing crazy. And the best is yet to come. Just as it seems like I'm reaching the bottom, and the real trail is clearly visible a the other side of a gorge, it happens. I reach a dead end. A sheer drop. I go a bit further to see if there's another way down. Nope. It's either cliff or cliff. I look down, then back up to the mountain rising to dizzying height above me. I can ...

Ali and Smiley

A travel blog entry by beattie99 on Sep 22, 2012

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... can't wait to phone his mate Smiley, an equally big man with a skin head and long "Osama" style beard and traditional dress. He rushes over to meet the rider of the broken ktm. Immediately we're whisked into Alis office so he can show us pictures of their biker weekends in the desert, including Smiley slaughtering a goat, nicknamed killer now! Haha how we laughed! Ali tells us to come back in the morning and we will go look for the ...

Food Poisoning At 4000m

A travel blog entry by mish_brendan on Aug 26, 2011

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... On rising at became acutely obvious that both of us had come down with a stomach bug, undoubtedly from the food we had been given the day before. With a daunting 6 hour hike ahead of us, we declined breakfast, popped some panadol and gastrostop, and soldiered on. Throughout the morning Michelle started to feel a little better and was able to start to appreciate the beautiful surroundings we were walking through. Brendan, however, continued to struggle ...

Inner City Pressure Respite

A travel blog entry by mish_brendan on Aug 25, 2011

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This morning we set off on our much anticipated 4 day High Atlas Mountains trek. We were taken from Marrakesh to the small village of Imlil by a van owned by our tour agency. Imlil is the gateway village to the High Atlas and our guide, Mohammad, met us there along with our mule man Lycin. After a quick discussion of the route for the next 4 days we were off trekking with our bags to come behind ...

The Roof of North Africa, Jebel Toubkal

A travel blog entry by mark.wilson on May 24, 2011

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... on climbing the same mountain as us, c) had a proper OS map of the mountain and d) was an experienced climber / skier / mountaineer (Result I think!)

After brief introductions, we barted for a taxi for the three of us to Imlil, which cost around 300dh (30 euros). Apart from being held up at some road works (recent landslides had blocked the road), the drive through the mountains to Imlil was pretty relaxing and lasted a good hour.

Arriving in ...