Aniss

Rue de la Falaise, Safi, 46000, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rue de la Falaise, Safi.
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Travel Blogs from Safi

Morocco

A travel blog entry by rhyssimpson on Sep 25, 2010

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... br> We started off by arriving by ferry from Spain to Tangier. Its a pretty grimy little city but it gave us our first exposure to a number of things which are very moroccan, touts, mint teas, tagines and the lack of women in cafes. After a night there we jumped on a bus to Fes.

Fes has one of the biggest, craziest medinas (old walled medieval city) in Morocco and it was really worth checking out. There was ...

Fleabag hotel stay over

A travel blog entry by raicorosenberg on Sep 22, 2010

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... really bad weather that same night.

We finally arrived late at Safi, an old but industrialized town famous for its pottery. We got to the medina, the ancient part of town and looked for Hotels. there must have been some 8 before i found a room. It really was a dirtbag but had no choice. It was only 50Dh (4.50euro / 3.80quid) and the sheets stank and so did the room. The walls ...

Flat... Pit stop for lunch :(

A travel blog entry by darrenhough74 on Feb 01, 2010

We stocked up food at the Marjane in Safi and then continued to Sidi Bouzid where I had scored a few waves on the way down the coast. No such luck today, I knew it would be the case for teh surf forcast but was hoping it was wrong, instead I had to be contented with an ocean view over a late ...

I'm finally surfing!!!!

A travel blog entry by darrenhough74 on Dec 17, 2009

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The drive from Oulidida to Safi was really beautiful as the deep blue Atlantic shone in the sunlight. The landscape changed again and this time there were no beaches just cliffs that fell straight into the ocean. We saw waves but there was no way to get to them even if they were surfable. At 1pm we reached Sidi Bouzade just north of Safi which is famous for its waves and as luck would have it the surf was ...

A short visit to Safi

A travel blog entry by yorron on Nov 12, 2008

... to Ahmed demanding that he'd share his food with him. He was not satisfied with only two skewers so Ahmed (who I think was a drinking buddy of him) ended up giving him all the food, visibly concerned to be physically attacked. I returned to my hotel. There is a whole lot of drama happening under my hotel window as I am writing this, around 10:30 PM. A young guy is fighting with two others in the dark alley below my window. The two ...

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