Riad Cascades d'Ouzoud

Address: Chemin des Moulin, Ouzoud, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Chemin des Moulin, Ouzoud.
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    Travel Blogs from Ouzoud

    Ouzoud Waterfall

    A travel blog entry by a.baker.abroad on Sep 11, 2015

    Having spent the last few days in Marrakech I decided to get out of the city and check out the Ouzoud Waterfalls. After about a 2.5hr drive from Marrakech we arrived at the waterfalls. Our driver left us in the capable hands of our local guide who led us to the top of the falls for some breathtaking views of the valley below. We then made our way down a hill side path to the smaller waterfalls at the base of ...

    Falling for Ouzoud

    A travel blog entry by ruthii on Apr 07, 2015

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    ... stopped when she saw us and began to talk in frantic Arabic. We shrugged our shoulders. She continued to chatter, smiling at me. I looked helplessly at our night porter who was standing back. He simply shook his head and said, "Don't speak to her." So, trying to ignore her, I just avoded eye contact. She was not deterred and continued to poke my chest and then hers, so I assumed she wanted my name and told her. Then, she grabbed my head and kissed me on both cheeks. ...

    Birthday bumps (and humps)..... It's a long one!

    A travel blog entry by ruthii on Apr 01, 2015

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    ... into a small overnight bag ready for what we anticipated would be the highlight of the trip - our sojourn into the heart of the Sahara desert. Our journey would take us through new landscapes and small villages, bringing us into contact with with locals and their ways of life. Our first stop was in the traditional town of Tamegroute, which, in Berber, translates as 'the last.' Although many smaller towns have sprung up closer to the desert with the advent of 4wd tourism, this ...


    A travel blog entry by amelia.connell on Oct 20, 2014


    ... voyages men have just come up to blonde girls, cut off their ponytails, and ran away. Moving on. Our port in Morocco was Casablanca (yes like the movie except the movie was made entirely in Hollywood) and that’s where I spent my first day! This is the strictest port (besides Cuba) that we have to pass customs in so we didn’t even get to disembark the gangway until 12:30 which kind of sucked but we had breakfast and lunch on the ship so I guess we saved money at ...

    Train kept rolling all night long

    A travel blog entry by donmiller on Oct 08, 2014

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    ... dinner across the street, some water at the train shop. They starting boarding about 15 minutes before scheduled departure. Which usually means 30 minutes before the leave. I was happy that I had my head lamp handy because there was no light (or a/c) until just before we left. The sleeper cars have their own conductor that makes sure no rif raf gets on. I should say no non-ticketed rif raf. He checked ...