El Oumnia Puerto
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews El Oumnia Puerto Tangier
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... are on the coast now which looks great. Hostel isn't that flash, would say 3/10 beds look old and scabby and bathroom is horrific it smells damp and gross. Went to the beach and ate at a restaurant overlooking the beach. Few camels out as well. Had spag Bol which was so nice! Few beers back at the hostel on the roof as well. Chilled ...
... of Ramadan and camping in a small extremely devout town, we felt forced to travel 30kms or so to a larger city and eat our fill of beef and tomato pizza (no ham and pineapple here!). The thought of going to the ‘other place’ and consuming the food, if you could call it that, was inconceivable!
We have been sticking to bigger towns with national supermarket chains and stocking up on a little extra food for self catering. We are conscious ...
... weren’t overly fond of the forest. More like trained pets they basked in the attention from the mothers and children around them. Clever though we might by WD"> invest in a Dolphin, it can swim in the river outside our house, and perhaps we’ll make our fortune from sardines.
The hillside town of Moulay Idriss, is named after the great, grandson of the Prophet Mohammed, Morocco’s most revered saint, described as ...
... 2 children. He and his wife met in university, both studying English. Our driver is Hassan; always happy and smiling, a very sweet man. Our travel companion is Joyce, from NYC; very nice and knowledgeable lady. Unfortunately, Joyce has broken her foot and will be returning home. Hassan will also leave us in Rabat. We will miss them both. A different driver will join us in Rabat. Tomorrow we travel to Rabat, the capital of Morocco, where we meet 13 new travelers for the rest of the ...
... need a passport stamp as well as entry and exit cards to get into/out of Morocco. It was the most interesting customs line up we've ever stood in as we sped along and saw a number of other ships making their way through the Strait.
It was exciting to see our first glimpse of Africa. Although it didn't look much different than Spain overall, there is an entirely different feel to the city once you disembark the ferry in Tangier - starting with ...