Villa Argana

Address: Essaouira, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Essaouira, is near Ranch de Diabat and Zouina-cheval.
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Travel Blogs from Essaouira

One journey ends and another begins!

A travel blog entry by melanielacava on Mar 18, 2014

2 comments, 26 photos

... a quirky place with little organization and odd employees, but with a beautiful rooftop terrace and interesting art on the walls. We spent most of our time here relaxing on the beach, wandering through the ancient medina and eating delicious food. It was nice to have some time to relax after working nonstop for six months. The town is famous for it's seafood, which Paddy and Kevin enjoyed while Selma and I chose to try some regional variations on ...

Cycling and scenery

A travel blog entry by katherinecle on Oct 30, 2013

8 photos

... into the desert.

Out of the desert the next day and not very much riding. We did ride from the main road turnoff to our hotel, passing the UNESCO Heritage site of Ait-Benhaddou, which we visited the next day. The traffic on the stretch to the site was not great, with cross-winds, narrow roads, and lots of traffic - including massive tour busses trying to push us to the side of the road. Did I mention the road had a massive ...

Essaouira and a Mans Intent

A travel blog entry by susiewoo on Feb 28, 2013

5 photos

... Aziz said he would have welcomed us as guests in his own home even, but was renting it out right now to some Japanese tourists.
Seeing Jeremys reluctance Aziz proposed that he himself rent the apartment with me. But Jeremy was having none of that, and so the deal was sealed.
Now we had our own home in Essaouira, a bit of a groggy house in a small alleyway of the medina, which we now discovered we were sharing with two Polish lads, Philip and Hubert. ...

Day 15 Q: Hey, you want grass?

A travel blog entry by babushka on Apr 03, 2012

3 comments, 14 photos

... with Morocco is of course the extreme poverty encountered. The continual exposure to mutilated / disabled beggars in the towns and obvious hardship and suffering tends to create an empathic crust so you really don’t see people anymore, just some weird form of distressing and malignant virtual reality. It is hard to stay in the moment, and so the whole experience seems already in the past, a memory. Even when I approach strangers for advice such ...

Ease'n up in Essaouria

A travel blog entry by mark.wilson on May 26, 2011

39 photos

... Hassan (a large open square).

At the port, we had a quick look around the Skala du Port (a large tower), which gave us excellent views of the ocean, the port, the town itself and some of the neighboring islands. The nearest island had an old fort on it which could be accessed during low tides (like Holy Island), but the tide wasn't scheduled to be low till that evening. About 1km out to sea was the island of Ile de Mogador, where hundreds of ...

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