Bahja de Mogador

596 Avenue Al Aqaba, Essaouira, 44000, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by tanya.lesiuk


... while others were probably saying how stupid can someone be to bring a suitcase to a place like this and try to roll it down the uneven, pothole filled street. In an effort to avoid the stares I pick the bag up by the handle, and walking like the leaning tower of pisa in a windstorm I lug it as far as I can before resting it down again for a break. Madam, Madam, can we help you, in French they say, hostel hostel, really cheap, Yes I have one thank you, I respond but do ...

Groundhog bushcamping

A travel blog entry by kenziertw


... put the tents away dripping wet. It was bitterly cold again. We set off on a different road to the gorge, but soon had to turn around again when we hit snow at approx 1600m altitude. We set off for Marrakech, stopping for lunch at a supermarket. I got locked in the toilet, but managed to spring the lock with a credit card. We camped outside Marrakech.
29th November We went into Marrakech, taking in the medina and Djemaa el Fna square. Three of ...

Inshallah - Ojala - God Willing

A travel blog entry by vamos_pa_ya


Desafortunadamente, el acceso que tiene uno a las mujeres en Marruecos es limitado. Esto sucede por varias razones, uno por ser país musulman, las mujeres se mueven mas en las esferas privadas más que las públicas. En todas las ciudades, aun en las de más de un millón de personas, ves predominantemente a los hombres en las calles, aun mas, son los hombres quienes están tomando el tecito. (Nunca he tomado tanto te en mi vida, por suerte me fascina y feliz de la vida decía si ...

'The windy city is mighty pretty'

A travel blog entry by lyncraven

... old medina, with slightly wider alleys than Marrakech, but with great French influenced architecture and Portugese whitewashed buildings with blue trimmings. Still predominantly an ochre town, it still has all the usual Moroccan mysticism and exotique, with fortified walls along the medina sporting ramparts and cannons. We arrived at the bus station and were led by two young guys who showed us where we could get cheaper digs.

This old ...

Honey, coffee, fish and birthday cake

A travel blog entry by ricki958


... to the bottom so had time) and watched as the others arrived one by one. With the last was Simo, fuming that it had taken us all so long to descend, and rushing us all onto the mini bus. We’d be arriving in Essaouira in the dark, apparently, and he wasn’t happy.

Off we went, stopping twice for toilet breaks and once at a cooperative of women pressing Argan oil and also pressing us to buy some. Apparently it’s very good for you, ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on 596 Avenue Al Aqaba, Essaouira, is near Ranch de Diabat and Zouina-cheval.
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