Ibis Moussafir Ouarzazate
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Today we left Erfoud and the excellent Kasbah Tizimi on our way to Ouarzazate. Things started to get interesting as we got towards the Todra Gorge in the Tinerhir Oasis. It was a gloriously sunny day and the scenery was absolutely spectacular. We walked through the gorge where men had set up little stalls and pestered us non-stop to buy jewellery, …
Can't believe what I started today, a trip to the Sahara fines of Merzouga. This morning I was up at 6:15 and ready to leave at 6:45. I jumped on the bus and was greeted by a van full of couples and myself and one other bloke being the only line travellers. I immediately fell asleep on the oddly quite 14 seater van and awoke once we were in the Mid Atlas Mountains approximately 800 meters above sea level. The sun had only just risen and we were in a cafe ...
... Spanish colonial buildings survive, in disrepair.
Whilst there is not a lot to see here, it is an experience to visit such an isolation community and experience the harsh conditions. There is a small museum dedicated to the French pilot and Author, of (amongst other works) ‘The Little Prince’, Antoine de Saint-Exupery. Saint-Exupery was one of the adventurous and daring young men who were some of the first to fly from France to Senegal ...
... 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 ...