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... Mansour Gorge (which we drove through yesterday) is a clear winner.
As we turned back to the south, on our way to the Atlantic coast, we climbed a high ridge, where the wind was particularly fierce, and dropped to the valley on the other side. The palms had disappeared and hillsides were bare except for hardy argan trees. Several tin-bladed farm windmills indicated that wind ...
... as the rest of humankind. some of them, especially the berber sales armada, have certains tricks which might not be so well suited to a european sense of a fair deal though. some of them tend to bend the common reality towards their own favor and you end up paying european prices...
a moroccan often offers his help, his hospitality and his service without a mutual agreement about the kind of thanks he can expect. and here it starts to get difficult. ...
Overlanding Notes for Morocco
Fuel Costs (Diesel)
Cheapest fuel at Oil Libya 63p/litre . Most expensive fuel 67p/litre.
Easy to find.
Lots of them.
All prices for two people , Landy and roof tent for one night.
Asilah – camping available in car park by ...
Dear family, friends and other dogs
Our farewell to Morocco was said in the most magical and mysterious of sandy and rocky places, at Fort Bou Jerif. The journey there had an air of general fishiness.
Bronzed furless torsos with large flat boards in hand populated the area around Cap Rhir (I just need my two front paws and long nose to surf with) and then it was on to Agadir, the town with a potent aroma of fish ...
The rain from last night did not relent let up so putting the tent away wet was always going to be inevitable! We made an easy getaway and very soon we were making out way south towards Agadir.
the geography her reminded me of Ibiza with its eroded hills with lots of bushes. Before Agadir, the road took us by some stunning coastline. By lunch time we arrived at ...