Villa du Lac

Address: Quartier Amzough El Kabli, commune de Lalla Takerkoust, Lalla Takerkoust, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Quartier Amzough El Kabli, commune de Lalla Takerkoust, Lalla Takerkoust, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Lalla Takerkoust

    Down, But Not Out

    A travel blog entry by ktholin on Oct 23, 2015

    13 photos

    ... than beds, the rooms had no furniture, and many of the lights did not work. Fortunately, we had wine left over from the desert, as there was no alcohol served here. Also staying here was a group of Australians, who, like us, were enthralled with this country.

    The few of us who could still eat gathered in the dining room for a traditional Moroccan tagine dinner. Tagines are clay pottery which are used to cook and serve dinner. They have ...

    The Salmon Colour of Marrakesh

    A travel blog entry by vivmorley on Oct 12, 2015

    26 photos

    ... you'd like to try your luck having a shave - that's with a cutthroat. No AMA insurance for these blokes. Do so at your own risk. We then went to a locals Adobe rendered house for a morning tea ceremony. Oh Lordy the flies. Anyway, the hospitality competed well with the flies and almost won. Fresh minted tea was served with a large pancake type of thing, only it had a slight crust, with little dishes of freshly churned butter (could have been camel, goat or sheep's ...

    Exotic days

    A travel blog entry by markandgina on Oct 06, 2015

    14 photos

    It's exotic I said as we strolled through Essaouira. We had travelled from Marrakesh to the seaside, staying within the walls of the medina, strolling through the souk, going back again and again to the harbour where the fishing boats came in. Souk life was exotic with hijabs and burkas and djabelles walking past hanging goats and piles of olives and barbecued sardines in side streets. There were lanes of tourist trinkets. Once ...

    Sitting on the top of North Africa

    A travel blog entry by marko.hajdinjak on Sep 06, 2014

    33 photos

    ... There are practically no streets in Aremd, but only narrow alleys and stairs, which connect different levels.
    We found accommodation in an immensely nice-looking guest house with large terrace hanging over the canyon below. The view towards the peaks, including Jebel Toubkal, was stunning. Everything seemed perfect. But there is a bit of hell in every heaven…
    In the middle of the night, Veni woke up, saying that something was biting her. We turned the lights ...

    Day 13 - Last Day Walking

    A travel blog entry by bgill on Jun 20, 2013

    ... to breakfast for once. Seen as it was our last morning camping, it was also our last time for stodgy porridge and stale bread, something i won’t be missing. We were off at the ungodly hour of 08.30 on the gentle descent down the valley. There were a couple of slips on the way which Hassan had to treat with gallons of iodine but luckily they happened just as we stopped for drinks. The place we stopped at was an Islamic shrine for the ...