Hotel Azayla

Avenue Ibn Roch No:20, Asilah, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenue Ibn Roch No:20, Asilah, is near Atlas Film Studio and Taourirt Kasbah.
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    Travel Blogs from Asilah

    Morocco!

    A travel blog entry by brians_trip on May 16, 2014

    21 photos

    ... other people when coming to or leaving home.

    The next day I explored Asilah and it is a wonderful town. There were many things I was not use to seeing, donkeys pulling carts, many stray cats, and of course I found myself in a town where I didn't understand anything that was being said in the native tongue. With all that said it was a great experience. Asilah has a very nice beach and I walked around there ...

    Day 4 ( 51-60 )

    A travel blog entry by caylapoppy on Mar 21, 2014

    After almost a month of work, Santiago is annoyed with his job. The work is difficult and the merchant is grumpy. Even though his pay is fair he would still need a year to buy a new flock of sheep. Santiago wants to build a display case outside but the merchant thinks people will break the crystal. He says that they are ...

    Murals in the Medina!

    A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Feb 15, 2014

    23 photos

    ... about five years ago and probably took the same ferry.

    The other unusual thing on the boat was Passport Control. You had to fill in a couple of white forms and ...

    Tangier - a whole new world!

    A travel blog entry by joandnorm on Oct 16, 2013

    27 photos

    ... that over a million sheep will be slaughtered in Morocco alone for this feast day, and that rich families are expected to share the meat with those less fortunate but that in reality many poor families borrow money to be able to purchase their own sheep or goat to slaughter.
    We also get chatting with a sweet 10 year old Ethiopian girl who speaks very good English and who tells us she was adopted by an English father, a Finish mother but living in ...

    This, Too, Shall Pass

    A travel blog entry by mchilds on Aug 05, 2013

    9 photos

    ... Back to square one. I was living with two people that I really didn’t like, one person that I was kind of ambivalent about, and one person who was a total wild card as far as tolerability. Once again, that panicked, “What am I doing here?” feeling set in. And, once again, it passed. Laura and I got passed our issues. Two of the new girls were a lot of fun, and, before I knew it, life at CCS was back to sunshine and butterflies.

    In fact, the aforementioned ...