Hotel al Wahda

Address: Av. El Wahda, Ad Dakhla, Western Sahara | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. El Wahda, Ad Dakhla, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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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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Day 13 (Thursday 19th of February)

Today we stayed in Dakhla to rest and perform maintenance on the cars where needed.

The parking lot of the hotel quickly changed into one big workshop. Team Geld voor Gambia pulled out their tools and soon a generator was running, grinders and even a welder were being used and the sounds of ratchets and hammers were everywhere.

On ...

Day 12: from Laayoune to Dakhla

A travel blog entry by martinn on Feb 18, 2015

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... the main road, where we quickly linked up with teams Geld voor Gambia and Spirit. After a short while, the Chevy Blazer of team The Bucket List also came back into sight and with 5 cars we entered Dakhla.

We checked in at the hotel and soon other challenge cars followed. Almost all teams would eventually arrive here. Tomorrow we will all enjoy a rest day in Dakhla. Then we go into Maurethania!

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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... at the designated dinner stop which initially looked hopeless.

We surmised that we had crossed into Western Sahara (the boundary is a dotted straight line on the map) when we received hourly visits from the Moroccan police entering the bus and asking to see our passports. They were very polite invariably asking if we spoke French (one of them smilingly told us "English may be the world's premier language, but out here you should speak French") ...

Desert Camping and off to the Border

A travel blog entry by raicorosenberg on Oct 07, 2010

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... in the desert. We follow various vague instructions but cant find anything so its off-road to see what we can find. I lock the front wheels to maximise 4x4 capability. We only have 1hr left before sunset and already the mind-blowing landscape is bathed in golden light. We follow the coastline and take many photos. We reach a plateau and go right but reach a dead end at an oyster farm. Frustrated we turn we turn around as the sun is near the horizon. We scramble to the top of ...

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