Hotel Oued Eddahab

Address: Ave. Hassan II, Ad Dakhla, Western Sahara | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ave. Hassan II, 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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... to install support springs under their Mercedes to improve their suspension. They also had to replace a wheel bearing for which they called upon the help of a local mechanic. The guy does not have the best teeth in the world and whilst unbolting the wheel he hit himself in the face with the wrench. Result: one tooth less in his mounth. Poor guy!

We also went to the gas station. As ...

Day 12: from Laayoune to Dakhla

A travel blog entry by martinn on Feb 18, 2015

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... the car (you'd get completely sand blasted)

Well let's try to write something about this day anyway :-) In the end it was not so bad as it sounds now.

After driving for about an hour we met team The Bucket List at a gas station. They are having some serious issues with their automatic gearbox and can drive maximum about 80km/hr in 2nd gear. It's not perfect but they will get to Dakar ...

The Alchemist #3

A travel blog entry by nikkiryan on Mar 20, 2014

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Pages 66-80 Once earning enough money to cover what the thief had stolen, Santiago decided to return home. But then he was reminded of the treasure in Egypt, and decided to join a caravan heading to Al-Fayoum. In the caravan, he met the Englishman, a character that had a full education and was searching for The Alchemist. He believed in omens, and he had been given the same white rock and black ...

So long and thanks for all the fiche

A travel blog entry by parleusted on Dec 31, 2012

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The 1400km bus ride from Marrakech to Dakhla in Western Sahara (not really a country, but controlled by Morocco) takes about 24 hours, leaving (and arriving) at 3:30 pm. We were dreading this but it turned out to be quite bearable. Good quality bus on a good quality road on mostly level terrain (there was the one minor hilly stretch near Agadir). We had adequate stops for toilet breaks, stretching the legs and beverages. We even managed to customize a ...

Desert Camping and off to the Border

A travel blog entry by raicorosenberg on Oct 07, 2010

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Had 38.6c fever last night starting midday so didn't take any photos or did much as a result. Took 500mg paracetamol and felt way better, almost like normal. Jay had been very busy selling on the street and getting rid of as much stuff as possible. I popped off a few shots from the hotel window.

Next day woke up feeling pretty cured and midday leave the hotel on the search for the famous "les dunes blancs" - white dunes located on the other side of Dahkla bay and spend ...

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