Transatlantique

Boulevard Mohamed V, Agadir, 80000, Morocco | 3 star hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Agadir

Essaouira

A travel blog entry by bibi64

17

... all he wanted doing was the mo!! Anyway 10 euro (100 dirhams) later Sean was all good. Had a late snack for lunch I thought I should try the sardine kefta (minced sardine balls) in a tomato type sauce!! Definitely not to Sean's liking quite strong taste and smell! Unfortunately didn't really agree with me either literally repeated on me all evening!! So hopefully nothing too ...

Essence of Essaouria

A travel blog entry by michellendave

56

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Mellow Medina

The walls of Essaouira's medina surround a vibrant mishmash of old and new. The ocean air ravages painted walls and corrodes bicycles and any metal items instantly. Characteristic of Moroccan medinas, it has a complex maze of narrow lanes. No motorized vehicles are allowed and mostly adhered to. But bikes snake ...

Day 052: Another Moroccan Superhike

A travel blog entry by nathanphil

... I have an "important" mission to fulfill: Finish a Souss Valley superhike.

Remember the Superhike Concept? It's an idea that was born back in the summer of 2009 when I created an uninterrupted trail of footprints for 8 days around greater Paris, visiting 47 towns. Then in 2010 I did a superhike of my city of residence, Casablanca, hiking for 10 days in the city it’self plus a couple of suburbs. Then last spring I did the same thing ...

Seaside Tourist town

A travel blog entry by adamz

55

... Morroco is that people still have a lot of use of horses and donkeys in every day activities. Unlike Egypt where the horse drawn carriages were purely for tourists, Morrocians still use horse and carriage as an alternate form of transport to the taxis. Also guess cars are expensive and its more cost effective to have donkeys, which can do a variety of work, rather than a car which requires fuel and maintenance.





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So...Morrocco gets better

A travel blog entry by jenny-micah2010

17

After our day in Casablanca, things didn't have to get too much better for us to really enjoy ourselves. An internet cafe made for a great morning. Then we found the local synagogue listed on our map. It was closed...but still pretty unique to find in Morocco. We spent our afternoon exploring and having lunch. ...

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