Ibis Moussafir Ouarzazate
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Outdoor pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Travel Blogs from Ouarzazate
... with ‘Suddenly a tuna sandwich does not seem so inviting’. We made a decision to throw the idea of a sambo out the window, there will be plenty of days when it would suffice, today was not one of them.
The younger takes the cleaned and scaled fish out to the hot coals and begins his faithful watch over the delicate fare taking care not to overcook or burn it. Meanwhile, his brother was tending to the other accoutrements and seafood. ...
... It is now in decay but you can see that it was well built and more substantial that the other village structures being made of stone and not mud.
We returned to his home to have a nice and simple breakfast and fond farewell before we took Omar back to work in town. Azzahra gave Gayle a ring as a farewell gift!!
We were so pleased to have this experience. Their warm welcome to us was truly heartfelt by us both.
... not riders roads. In fact, they are not ‘fun’ to ride at all. We met some GB bikers, our age and mixed, who came, did the switchbacks, had lunch and wobbled off. Found them bathed and beering when we found a Hotel several hours later in Ouarzazat. That boxed ticked for them. All on big bikes with luggage cases, GTR, new RT, Blackbird, GSs and Explorer, and they had a ******* luggage van.
Something that is really starting to **** us off is the ...
... Like many of the locals of the Draa Valley, he was quite dark skinned and was a lot more African in appearance than those we had met from the other parts of our Moroccan travels.
The Tamegroute Ksour, he explained was still a living city. It was recently government funded along the lines of a co-operative to assist the villagers in establishing businesses to earn income particularly from tourism, and in doing so, preserve their ksour ...
... find the way in and ended up walking all the way round it, over all the dilapidated ruins almost back to where we started, where we found the entrance! 20 Dhiram they wanted...each! We paid hoping there was some miracle about to happen but not believing it would.
Up a couple of stone steps and into a small open courtyard area and then a doorway on our left and then up a couple of flights of steps which led into a long corridor which ...