Maison Arabo Andalouse
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... seeing an old school Tannery and ceramics factory but it also seemed like the guide was in coyotes with certain shop owners. The highlight was eating a Pastilla for lunch which is a kind of a chicken pie/ spring roll that was both sweet and savory. Very delicious. Our next stop was the city of Casablanca which is the biggest in Morocco. We arrived mid afternoon and hit the beach along with about a million other Moroccans, all playing soccer. The ...
... which made it so interesting. Abdul , our driver told us that the Atlas Mountains were 700 kilometres long and 80 kilometres wide and between 1400 and 2400 metres above sea level.
The highlight was trekking through 5 kilometres of the Berber villages. mandy absolutely amazed me with her tenacity and being able to do this. It was rough and like a goat track so very up and down and doing this in 35 degrees was a real challenge. But we did it and then we had a ...
... behind the winding road up to the mountains is breathtaking both for its beauty and complex navigation. Abdul drives very carefully, like someone who has saved long and hard to buy his car and tells us that when he worked for Virgin he made the 150km trip 4 times a day.
Imil is the gateway to the mountains where we meet Ebrahim our guide for the day. Our 5 hour trek offers beautiful vistas of the mountains and valleys. Ebrahim brings us to his home, the highest ...
... br> 200 dr ($22.12) Per Day to Location Auto + $12.86 One-time Commission to Argus = $24.37/total day for the car. Included unlimited mileage and insurance
2026 kilometers (1259 miles) over 8 days
$180 on unleaded gasoline at $6.17 per gallon (13.43 dirham per liter)
Paid almost as much on gasoline per day as for the rental ($190 for the car, $180 for gas over eight days)
... The garden is named after a Frenchman who came to Morocco in 1919 to pursue a career as an artist. When he died as a result of a car accident, the property was eventually purchased by Yves Saint Laurent, whose input has assured it's continuing existence. The garden is given over to bamboo, date palms, all kinds of cactus, huge jade bushes and other similar plants from every continent. Pools and colourful pots and walls complete a most unusual and tranquil ...