Hotel Chez Le Pacha

Route de Mhamid, M Hamid El Ghizlane, 45400, Morocco | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Route de Mhamid, M Hamid El Ghizlane, is near Agadir Beach, Beaches of Agadir, Agadir Kasbah, and Agadir Fishing Port.
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    Travel Blogs from M Hamid El Ghizlane

    Day 7 - Marrakech

    A travel blog entry by aliceshaw on May 17, 2013

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    ... weather - made sure I was covered up though! Now on the bus on the way to Marrakech. Can't believe this is the last day?! This week has gone so quickly, and I've loved every second! Had another swim at the hotel before we made our way to Marrakech centre. We ate at stall number 55 in the main square by Abdoul's recommendation - the food was so nice and so cheap! Was my last fix of bread and couscous before getting my last fix of orange juice. I ...

    Day 6 - Essauoira

    A travel blog entry by aliceshaw on May 16, 2013

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    ... along the beach, but it was too windy to stay. Loaded everything back onto the bus and now on the way to Essauoira - after having made a detour to a Moroccan McDonalds! Stopped off for some bananas like the ones in Uganda, and then an ice cream. Found a camel spider and yellow scorpion doing some rock hunting by the side of the road. Everyone is very sunburnt. My arms and chest are ...

    Day 5 - Agadir

    A travel blog entry by aliceshaw on May 15, 2013

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    ... upload a fair amount of photos using the wifi. The bus drive was so uncomfortable as we were all so sore from the camel! Drove past the trees which goats climb and are used to make Argan oil. When we got to Agadir we visited somewhere that sold it - both cooking and cosmetic - and I bought a bottle of cosmetic but didn't go for a massage... Student budget! Got to the hotel and went for a swim which felt sooo good, as did the shower ...

    1130 A Whole New Sort of Region (Mor 372)

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 01, 2011

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    ... wide, dry, sandy riverbed stretching on into the horizon with a scattered patch of palms off in the distance. The Draa riverbed continues on east for a ways, and then loops back west towards the Atlantic Ocean. But, as I’m told, even with heavy rains, the water would never make it to the ocean, there’s just too much sand that sucks it all dry.

    The road climbs up over a small mountain range, to meet with the ...

    The dunes that were in our guidebook

    A travel blog entry by ivan.mclellan on May 13, 2011

    ... on the drive today we had the opportunity
    of stopping at a large variety of campsites and found quite a few good
    locations for wild camping.

    Morocco is 1.7 times larger
    than New Zealand has a population of 71 people per square kilometre
    compared to New Zealand's 15 and the South Island's 6. Of course if you
    remove the large portion of the country that is desert then the people
    per square kilometre will ...