Hotel Assif

Address: Avenue de la liberté, Safi, 46000, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Avenue de la liberté, Safi.
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      A travel blog entry by rhyssimpson on Sep 25, 2010

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      ... impressive). There was a little wedge that broke down the side of the mosque and I think it would be the most epic location to get a shot for a surf movie. I also got randomly abused a few times, generally in French, and generally by 3 ft talls kids, which didnt really make me like the locals more than I already did. For some reason being abused in French is funnier than in arabic.

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      Fleabag hotel stay over

      A travel blog entry by raicorosenberg on Sep 22, 2010

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      The way down from Rabat all the way to Safi was not uneventful.. We encountered a head-on collision in the middle of the road then a guy in a small bus in front blew a tyre. We almost crashed into the back! We stopped to help but he was Ok and had all the tools necessary. During the whole time there was lots of thunder out to sea. I later found out that the canary islands had ...

      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 travel blog entry by zaynazweena on Nov 29, 2007

      I can't spend more than 24 hours here without making a visit to my old village. Luckily, there is plenty to see there so I don't worry to much about boring guests. I warned Katie, my travel buddy, that we'd have to do a lot of visiting but I'm not sure I adequately prepared her for the four day sugar high of drinking tea with ten families a day! ...

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