Hotel de France

Address: El Ouahada, Tan-Tan, 70000, Morocco | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tan-Tan

Stopped by Gendarme

A travel blog entry by michellendave on May 21, 2014

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... unusual here. When we got out to take pictures, we had to struggle against the wind to open the door and steady our camera.

Today was a pleasant drive mostly on narrow paved roads past small villages that blend perfectly in their surroundings. People grow fields of prickly pear cactus here, the only crop that thrives here. Sad attempts are made growing wheat. We watched (mostly) women harvest it and ...

Alone again...

A travel blog entry by asci on Dec 16, 2012

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so i am now sitting near the busstation to while away the last hours until my nightbus goes to tan-tan...there i can maybe relax 1 more day before i will have to go down to the border ....1200 km to mauretania...distances suck down there...and i have 1 week left on my morrocan visa.
The weather strangely enough gets warmer and better every day, winter is not following ...

1102 Night in a Desert Port Town (Mor 344)

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Nov 13, 2011

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... 8212;and I notice a couple of guys trying to hitch a ride with the truckers… and they finally succeed. I don’t really care for hitchhiking here in Morocco… as there are people who will try to really screw you over if they see you’re in a desperate situation… but I guess it’s a last ditch option.

Finally I find a taxi that’s heading as far as Goulmim… so it looks like ...

Street selling begins

A travel blog entry by raicorosenberg on Sep 29, 2010

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The actual road to Tan-Tan from sidi wassay was long. The difficult part was driving at night, a real nightmare since we were now far south and the further we go, the more remote and deserted things will seem. There were many trucks on the road and especially the mountainous bit was hair-raising in the dark. For the first time in years i drove white-knuckled with both hands. Almost every time a big truck drove past they would flash their lights at us.. why?

We did lots ...

Tan Tan

A travel blog entry by yorron on Nov 26, 2008

It was not easy to leave captivating Sidi Ifni, where nothing is everything and where every day holds so many extraordinary experiences. But in less than 10 days my flight back to LA is leaving from Casablanca and I have not visited Fes yet, so it was time to move on. Several people told me about a huge Saharan festival in Tan-Tan, several hours south ...