Hotel Doumes

Address: Av. Al Walaa Dakhla, Ad Dakhla, Western Sahara | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Av. Al Walaa Dakhla, Ad Dakhla.
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Travel Blogs from Ad Dakhla

Day 13: rest day in Dakhla

A travel blog entry by martinn on Feb 19, 2015

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... we simply checked and filled up the coolant (since we're driving with the radiator cap not fully closed we do need to fill up daily still, but it's working like this!), checked the engine and gearbox oil which were both fine, cleaned the air intake and filter and cleaned both the inside and outside of the car.

Some other teams had more work to do. The guys from team Spirit used the ...

Day 12: from Laayoune to Dakhla

A travel blog entry by martinn on Feb 18, 2015

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Day 12 (Wednesday 18th of February)

Another long stretch of tarmac today: some 540km from Laayoune to Dakhla, our final stop in Morocco before we cross the border into Maurethania.

This day can be summarized in a few words: a quite boring landscape with absolutely nothing to look at, so many police checkpoints we just stopped counting them, and such hard wind that it was no fun to get ...

The Alchemist #3

A travel blog entry by nikkiryan on Mar 20, 2014

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... the kind had given Santiago. The caravan was led by a fat Arab, that talked a lot about himself and his religion. During the caravan, Santiago spent most of his time observing the caravan and his surroundings while the Englishman read books. One night, while looking at the stars, the Englishman decides to pay more attention to the caravan while Santiago decides to read a few of the Englishman's ...

So long and thanks for all the fiche

A travel blog entry by parleusted on Dec 31, 2012

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... to English. They would take our passports out of the bus and come back after 5-10 minutes to ask for our professions. There are no right answers but a few wrong ones which are all listed in the guidebooks. We were the only foreigners in the bus, so the poor locals suffered these intrusions into their sleep (the bus lights would be turned on for this procedure) because of us. We were prepared with photocopies of our passports (referred to as "fiche" in these ...

Desert Camping and off to the Border

A travel blog entry by raicorosenberg on Oct 07, 2010

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... armed with tripods and cameras. The view is spectacular and everything is bathed in orange light. After a few snaps we head back down and set-up our camp at 2347'41.80"N - 1544'12.01"W. The 4x4 pickups will serve as shelters. I make a fire to add a twist to first night in the desert. It gets pitch black as there is no moon. The stars blast out and the milky way is blistering away in its full glory in a huge arch above us. I calculate that its going to rotate away from us ...

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