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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRiad Lamane Amezrou
A great Berber Riad. Comfortable rooms, reasonable buffet breakfast and dinner and a pool. Hot water only available between certain hours morning and evening. Only negative was that wifi is only available in the reception area, which was a little bit of a nuisance.
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Today we had a long drive from Erfoud to Zagora, and spent the day marveling at the contrasts in this country. Morocco to the west of the Atlas ranges is green with farming plantations and the rolling hills are stunningly beautiful. The country on the east side of the Atlas mountains sees no rain and is arid with the most amazing gorges and …
Weather :-0 The sun has gone and clouds holding rain have arrived. I'm very glad I'm not crossing the Col du Tichka today. I'd be on the top of the truck shovelling gravel. Initially, the road continued following the river valley. Much of this road is being repaired after the floods of two months previous. There was one final climb when the road engineers decided to change ...
... is green, so it’s a soothing, peaceful walk giving me plenty of time to think over about my life, my accomplishments and goals. With my Spain/Portugal trip, Agadir trip and now this, it seems I’ve been in Adventure Mode almost non stop since late December, with doing Superhikes becoming almost an obsession—even though I haven’t quite figure out why I feel the need to do them… it’s not like I win a ...
... campground that we are at its GPS location is N
30° 18.890 W 5° 49.806
Saturday, May 14
set off and drove the 90 km back towards Agdz will return to the left
onto R108, heading towards the Atlantic coast and Agadir, we had a nice
surprise as it was a beautiful highway that we could do a speed of 100+
without any bumps or whatever. All good things come to an end at a Y
junction when the road downgraded to ...
... boiling hot day, together with the challenging walk, it was great to stop by the waterfalls to splash our faces and bodies. The Ourika Valley could be seen from various places on our trek and it was so impressive, with the river flowing through the middle. As we climbed higher into the mountain, the path became less like a path and we had to physically use both our hands and feet to manoeuvre over the big rocks. The locals could run up and down them in their bare feet, but it ...