Hotel Azayla

Address: 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

      Landing Safely in Morocco

      A travel blog entry by plimmerton on Jan 01, 2015

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... had to run back to get stamps in the passports. Not a problem. The Policeman had not seen a NZ passport before and said "nice", in very good English. He just rubber stamped Gayle’s Irish passport. I was not inclined to stick around for a chat and ran back to join the others in the documentation process.

      Our parting question from the border guard was do we have a pistol (in French). I could not understand, so ...


      A travel blog entry by brians_trip on May 16, 2014

      21 photos

      ... pray and it was a very valuable experience that I appreciate. It was a special time for me to learn about one of the world's largest religions and I walked away from the conversation with a much better understanding of Islam and how Muslims practice it.

      I really enjoyed Asilah because it was a small town were I could live among locals and not always do the touristy things, but of course touristy things can also be fun.

      Raiders! pg. 116-153

      A travel blog entry by wilserien on Mar 21, 2014

      1 photo

      ... give them three days to do this, and Santiago tells the alchemist that he has no idea how to do this. However, after consulting with the soul of the world, he is able to call on the winds to help him and creates a sandstorm, after which they are set free.

      Murals in the Medina!

      A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Feb 15, 2014

      23 photos

      ... the hills were and how many wind turbines there were. For some reason, we had expected the terrain to be brown, even sandy, but in reality, the North of Morocco is mainly farmland and it is only when you get down towards Marrakesh that the dry desert climate kicks in. In fact, up here in the north, December and January are their wettest months, so we could have accidentally timed this quite well. The rains have gone, the warmth is arriving and we will be out ...

      Deception and Rebound

      A travel blog entry by franklye710 on Oct 28, 2013

      ... me so I decided that I had no use of the jacket I had and so I used it to clean the window and aafter that, the merchant got a customer which made him give the job. After a year, I got all my money back and decided not to go back but to continue my journey. I learnt a lot from the merchant while I worked for him and they were the benefits of hardship and labour, the ability to read omens as well. Then from there, my journey ...