Residence Intouriste Aparthotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsResidence Intouriste Aparthotel Agadir
We stayed in this hotel almost 4 years ago. It was clean, the staff were friendly and the facilities were good. There was an great bus service to the town and shopping centers which was very useful. This was organised by the hotel when requested. The exchange rate was good. Our only fault was the restaurant in which the food was not brilliant. Having only eaten there one day where we got fish with heads served to us. This wasn't what we were expecting.
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... night of our trip into the desert - lying down outside to die. Usually, both animals would have slept in Marlene's room.
For you Marlene, the star Regulus, the brightest in the constellation of the Lion, will shine even brighter from now on. Daniel and Tara will be playing together and will make you smile.
... waterfalls - yes - waterfalls right in the middle of the desert.
Immediately thereafter, we leave the N12 to continue across rugged terrain through the most breathtaking scenery, a track also used by the well-known Paris - Dakkar rally. We cross the most beautiful oasis yet to arrive at the Akka Nait Sidi camp. Esther stayed there with her son Noah a few years earlier ...
... and Dino paid a brief visit to Marlene (Dino is from Luxembourg. Marlene knew him from her days of car racing, and hadn't seen him in 40 years).
Esther joined us early evening, and together we celebrated our reunion and our forthcoming trip into the desert with a glass of champagne (or two). Our evening meal was accompanied by an excellent wine brought along by Esther.
Sunday 4th, ...
... of whiskey. No
chance as we do not drink so they then said that was good and gave us
200 Dirham back. During this trip we also passed some of the goats
that climb the trees to get the argan nuts. They look just like black
rubbish bags blown into the trees. We parked on the beach ...
... in our travels in Morocco. We had heard about the hospitality of Moroccans, but our knowledge of Muslims was very limited, and we were a bit nervous about how out-of-place we might feel. But then we arrived in Tangier, completely out of our element, and we were immediately welcomed and put at ease. At every step of the way through this ...