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Daniserres stayed here on Mar 20, 2004 during their trip titled: 6 Nights in Morocco.
When the alarm went off for us to head outside to watch the sunrise over the sand dunes at 6:50 AM, I was weak, shaky, and still vaguely sick, but thankfully functional. The chilly desert breeze and the stunning sunrise were enough to help me put the previous 8 hours out of my mind. Extreme lows like the shocking sickness of last night and the …
... and longer by several millimetres than the big toe........on both feet. It is a phenomenon that both my brother and I share: twin toes.
So I digress a bit as usual. The kit list did say that we should wear well worn in walking boots but I thought that after 9 years my rare Olang boys boots were a bit too worn in to the extent that they felt loose on my feet, even with the thickest socks. So I bought a new pair, in the sale, for £25. Silly, silly girl.
I arrive at the edge of Zagora and go ahead and walk to the center of town, down a well lit street lined with cookie cut modern houses that all look alike. It's nice to be able to enjoy all the amenities of a city for a change… but I must admit, Zagora is a bit of an afterclimax after all the cool discoveries of the last few days. Especially when so many people talk about Zagora as some great tourist hub. I guess they must be referring to the region not the ...
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the mountains. We drove today past a lot of the normally dry rivers or
creeks that looked like they were overflowing in the night, washing
across the road large amount of dirt, and more serious lots of rocks
many larger than the size of a large orange. As these rock flows were
about 6 to 10 m wide and resulted in a slow bumpy ride over the flow.
we saw the goats climbing the Argan trees munching away at ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
A real oasis in the middle of the desert. A wonderful surprise. Breathtaking view.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.