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... you like some hashish" I think if I wasnt alone it would have been easier.
I ended up going to a place called "Jardin d'ťau" a french restaurant I came across (a lot of french infulence here and everyone speaks french; handy to know it for travelling). I got John Dory with Gambas and Saffron stunning doesnt do it justice!
It wasn't long ago that we were laughing at all the people stranded from the volcano, stoked that our trains and buses were unaffected. Karma works quickly. A few weeks later our Easyjet flight from Gatwick to Marrakech was doing a U turn over southern France. It was almost worth it just to see the face of a guy who didn’t wake up until we landed back in Gatwick - not as many palm trees as he expected ...
... on one slope of which is written I-don't-remember-what in arabic, and at night it is lighten by lamps, looks so astonishing...
In 1960 there was an earthquake in Agadir, which destroyed EVERYTHING, Every building... Lots of dead and refugees... After that all city was built again from zero, but using an anti-earthquaking foundation. From the top of the mountain I could see the big crack in the ground (cause of earthquake).
... that the group was a mix of Americans, Australians, French, and Moroccans, but we managed to come up with a few. Later still we roasted a whole sheep over the fire, after washing it in the ocean and rubbing it liberally with olive oil and cumin. It wasn't ready to eat until 2am when we were mostly half asleep, but those who ate it said it was delicious. (My vegetarian self just watched). The next morning it was too windy to go swimming again, so we packed our things and ...
Actual date: Febraury 4, 2009
Day 168: 12 hours, 6.8 kms
To do this I catch a grand taxi to Inezgane and a provincial bus on south from there. With a second look, most of these villages just don't have much substance to them--especially with rainclouds threatening... wouldn't want to be stuck on in the middle of a wheatfield in the rain with my guitar...
Finally we reach Had-Belfa (0291, ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Kamal Agadir
I really don't know which Agadir the trip advisor from London went to, but it is not the Agadir we know and love. The locals are very friendly and not in the least threatening. Maybe this person just does not appreciate the difference in cultures. We have been to Morocco six times and usually stay at a 4 star hotel (much more expensive than the Kamal), but as we wanted to go off into the Sahara for 3 days, we took the budget option and we are really glad we did! We have never seen a hotel as clean anywhere in the world and we have travelled extensively. I defy anyone to find a speck of dust. The staff - all of them - were so friendly. One afternoon, my husband went to change some travellers cheques at the bank next door, but it was closed. The clerk behind the reception desk lent him 300 dirhams so we could buy lunch, saying he could pay him back later. You would not get that in many of the so-called better class hotels. Rooms are comfortable with loads of storage space. Towels changed daily; daily maid service was very efficient. Breakfast is a standard continental with a variety of bread and croissants with preserves, but it was plentiful and you could purchase extras such as eggs etc if you wish. We found the food from the pool bar to be very acceptable and reasonably priced. The restaurant is not glamorous, but the staff are fantastic and the food very good. They do a great lamb tajine. There is a TV which you have to pay for, but which sad person goes on holiday to sit in the room watching TV! Oh yes, the person from London. The hotel is centrally situated, so you can get to the tourist areas by the beach in about 10 minutes, but you can also get to the areas where the locals do their shopping and eating. Yes, the pool is cold, but plenty of people, including myself, braved a refreshing dip. It was fine once you were in. Having found this little gem of a place, we will definitely give the four star a miss and return here.
The Kamal Is Brilliant
If your thinking of getting some winter sun where the people are friendly and accommodation is clean, look no further. Me and my boyfriend holidayed in the Kamal for a week at the end of February. We wouldn't bother going to any of the Canary Islands again!!! The only snag we hit was that we didn't have a kettle in our room (which was no fault of the hotel it was just an oversight on our part) as this would have been nice. We ate in the hotel restaurant 3 times where you can get a 3 course meal for around £5. We will DEFINITELY return - thanks to the hotel Kamal for a very enjoyable stay.
Hotel Kamal was the business, rooms were clean, the staff were courteous, helpfull and trustworthy so don't waste your money hiring safety deposits. Bread and butter for breakfast took some getting use to, but there are plenty of nice places to eat out if you fancy a change, eat where the locals eat and you can't go wrong, Loved the Fish resturants at the fish market . For a more romantic setting try the Le Jazz Resturant for dinner.
Just returned from Hotel Kamal in Agadir. We found this to be a very clean hotel and the staff very welcoming. The rooms were cleaned by the time we had eaten our breakfast, and often again during the day. The breakfast was fine, croissants and bread with butter and jams and tea or coffee.
Reception was good and knew everybody's room number on sight, which is quite a feat with a full hotel. I would recommend this hotel to anyone visiting Agadir. It's about a 10 minute walk to the beach, where we spent lots of time (and money) at the Ocean Beach bar. Can't wait to go back!
Just returned from a weeks stay in Agadir at the Hotel Kamal. Basic but very clean and comfortable as described by other visitors - but how much time would you want to spend in your room when its hot and sunny outside ? Staff were so friendly and helpful - especially Mohammed in the bar. The pool food was great - especially the toasties, tuna salad and tomato and mozzarella salad. Generally in Agadir the food was great and drink was plentiful. The people there are very friendly and haggling with them is good fun! They bend over backwards to give tourists what they want - including ham/bacon which is against their religion, but some tourists expect it to be like it is at home and aren't prepared to accept that other cultures and ways of life are different to theirs, perhaps they should stay at home in future and everyone would be happier ! Would recommend the Kamal to anyone.
I have just returned from 3 nights at the Hotel Kamal and had an absolutely fantastic time. The staff, as already described in other reviews, were friendly, kind and very helpful. The pool is cool but very refreshing, there is a beautiful terrace on the second floor, perfect for watching the sunset and the hotel is in a very convenient location. i would also like to recommend a restaurant on the ave. aout 20 called Johara, the moroccan food we ate in there was just amazing and worked out at just £12 per head with wine, 2 courses, tea and a tip - a bargain! Agadir will not give you a true taste of morocco as it is primarily a tourist destination, however, if you're looking for a relaxed beach break, i would thoroughly recommend it. We booked our trip through Panorama who looked after us well too... enjoy!
My friend and I have just returned from 1 week's holiday at the Kamal. We couldn't have chosen a better hotel. The location was excellent. The hotel is spotless. The staff are very friendly, will help you with anything and they always greet you with a smile. Breakfast was very basic, croissants and bread rolls with jam but sets you up for the day. Breakfast was in the restaurant which overlooked the pool and the background music provided a very relaxing atmosphere.
I would have to completely disagree with the above review - i just came back from 2 weeks at hotel Kamal and i had a lovely time. The hotel, yes is basic, but it is a 3 star so for what you expect it exceeded my expectation - the hotel is spotlessly clean and I was so impressed with the friendly manner of the staff - they are so lovely to you they really make you feel welcome. (I also felt really safe there so would be great for single travellers) The pool bar food was good as was the restaurant food and the hotel bar small but cosy and inviting. The swimming pool is cold yes, but seeing as the weather was in the high 30s, then i cant believe that you would want it any different - it was wonderfully refreshing!! I didnt find people rude either - yes a few were annoying and haggling, but only what you would expect and they dont actually mean you any harm its just their way - you only have to ignore them and they will soon leave you alone. If you accept their culture and their way of life and just enjoy being in another place.. you will have an amazing time - i cant belive that any person in their right mind would rather go to Butlins (rainy, pebbly beach) than sunny Agadir (hot sunshine, sandy beaches). I will definitely be going back there :)