Hotel Sahara Regency
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... the kind had given Santiago. The caravan was led by a fat Arab, that talked a lot about himself and his religion. During the caravan, Santiago spent most of his time observing the caravan and his surroundings while the Englishman read books. One night, while looking at the stars, the Englishman decides to pay more attention to the caravan while Santiago decides to read a few of the Englishman's ...
... that it was really tiring, making me realize I should do more sports. After Taghazout I started the long way down, through western Sahara to Mauritania. It is interesting to see how the landscape changes from the lush green areas in the north, to the barren desert just a few hundred kilometers south. Rushing south, only stopping for fuel and sleeping in the few desert cities around (there's a few ...
... hotel, the staff hooked up us with our "chauffeur" for our next morning's ride across the border to Mauritania on a maroon Mercedes. We managed to find some well earned coffee but found all the eateries only offered beverages. Hotel Samarkand (!) was the only open business that seemed to offer food and thankfully they had something for us.
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Hmm awful auberge last night so thank god for the excitement of riding! We set off before sunrise and the days heat to try and reach Dakhla with enough room for photos and more food. The food is always good but every meal feels like its the "one"! Had a sleepless night thinking about the chicken from the side of the road...(might be a joke in there?). Loads of police checks today (7 in total) as we crossed into western ...
... the dominant force, economically and militarily, Morocco filled the power vacuum when the Spanish pulled out, with Hassan II of Morocco orchestrating the Green March of some 350,000 troops to stake a very visable claim to the territory. Given the conditions on the ground, Mauritania dropped its claims to the territory. Since then, Western Sahara has been administered by Morocco, although the UN insists that its status has ...