Grand Oasis Saidia

Ctra. de Ras el Ma, Saidia, Morocco | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Ctra. de Ras el Ma, Saidia, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Oasis Saidia

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Saidia

Family/Community Party

A travel blog entry by lakshkarri21 on Feb 17, 2012

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... night was filled with entertaining activities which helped my friends and I get a good understanding of what the Moroccan lifestyle is like. Throughout the night, we were engaged in exciting activities such as belly dancing performances and lessons! The room was filled with high spirits and laughter. Every area of the grand room was filled with either food or different activities to do. One corner of the ...

Soccer Game

A travel blog entry by lakshkarri21 on Feb 10, 2012

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... After breakfast, we walked to a small, local soccer stadium. Soccer is the most popular sport in Morocco; the Moroccan National Football Team is the nations main team, but we just watched a local team play. It seemed like the entire commuity was there to support both teams because Moroccans get very excited about this ...

Picnic!

A travel blog entry by lakshkarri21 on Feb 08, 2012

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... and what we were planning to do for our visit. There were many exciting things to look forward to. Once lunch was over, we learned how to say goodbye in Arabic. "Ma'a Salama' is goodbye. We then decided to take the streets and walk around. We roamed the streets in the city and said hello to those who Mr. and Mrs. Fajri knew. It was a ...

Our First Dinner

A travel blog entry by lakshkarri21 on Feb 06, 2012

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... the meal while Mr. Fajri explained the different roles in society, religious groups, as well as different ethnic groups that exist in Morocco. Mr. Fajri explained to us how Morocco used to be a male dominated society. The family is headed by the father and a women's presence outside of the home has to be chaperoned but Morocco has evoloved and the man and women have become more equal in the household. ...

Bed

A travel blog entry by travel-marathon on Aug 13, 2011

Wow, what a long and richly varied day. 20hrs to be precise. An amazing day. I got some patchy sleep through the night on the bus to Almeria. The little newborn behind me was reasonably ok too considering it's lack of experience of long distance overnight spanish buses. And of the whole day and night bodyclock thing in general. When the bus pulled into Almeria station at 5.30am it was still fully dark outside. I'd seen Google maps of this area a few days before, and ...