La Perle Du Sud

Address: BP 634, 39 / 40 Blvd Mohamed V, Ouarzazate, 45000, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on BP 634, 39 / 40 Blvd Mohamed V, Ouarzazate, is near Toubkal, Medina of Tétouan, and Oum er-Riba.
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    Gorgeous Gorges, Verdent Valleys and Shifting Sand

    A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Jun 10, 2015

    72 photos

    ... hot even though it is after 6pm and the cover from the palm trees is welcome. Sundown is around 8:30 so we have time to make our ascent and subsequent descent. Ali predicts it will take an hour or so to reach the top.

    Leaving the sanctuary of the Oasis we are immediately in the sand dunes. They are only small at first and the sand is quite compact so walking over them is relatively easy. However, sand dunes grow. Each dune increases in size, ...

    The 50Dirham face of Morocco

    A travel blog entry by plimmerton on Feb 10, 2015

    10 photos

    ... generally have one of three purposes either education, military or for a show of wealth. They are typically three stories with four corner towers and are made from rammed earth plastered with a mud and straw mix. The ground floor is for livestock, next for living, food stores and cooking with the top level for living however this depends on the outside temperature whether it be too hot or too cold.

    The walls are ...

    A Day Around Zagora OR Just Hamadu and Me

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 23, 2014

    19 photos

    ... enabled me to see over the stone fences of the traditional houses and their tiny farming plots, and then across to extensive date palmeries - at a very leisurely pace. The village of Amezrou was once home to a very large Jewish community, many of whom were artisans. Today it is apparently still home to artisans and just a few Jewish people, and houses a very small old synagogue. I couldn't think of a better camel experience. I was virtually on ...

    Caids and Kasbahs!

    A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Mar 19, 2014

    15 photos

    ... the female's whatever.....just to ensure pollination! They need the dates. Dates sell!

    This place, Agdz, where we are right now, is at the head of the Draa Valley, a valley with a river......with water....where palms grow all along its 95km length, all the way to Zagora. It must be the longest palmerai in Morocco. The river has water because they have a dam near here and they released water into it only last week, water that had ...

    Joseph Boyden's "Through Black Spruce"

    A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Jan 07, 2014

    ... of Canada, but of which most Canadians are almost completely unaware.

    To suggest that this essential novel falls short of greatness is hardly a criticism. I don't think it equals the best work of Rudy Wiebe or Guy Vanderhaeghe, but I am eager to get a copy of The Orenda.

    Here I am trying to emulate the kind of affectionate teasing that I learned to embrace during my sojourn in the north -- I apologize to anyone (except Rob ...