Auberge Restaurant Chez Ali

Address: Avenue Atlas-Zaouite, Zagora, Morocco | Inn
 
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This inn, located on Avenue Atlas-Zaouite, Zagora, is near Beaches of Agadir, Agadir Beach, Agadir Kasbah, and Taghazout Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Zagora

    Zagora Nov 17

    A travel blog entry by jeankiwilush on Nov 17, 2013

    47 photos

    ... are and we now understood why the turban was invented. there was a wind storm happening and we were protected not just for the wind but also they were keeping our heads warm. the ride itself sent me into fits of giggles fairly often, especially as I tried to sit there and take in all of my surroundings. The amazing sand dunes, the mountains, the sunset, our camel guide, so much to see. Then a cell phone rang...yup....camel guide got a call!!! Lol. We caught up to two ...

    Trek day 5 and 6

    A travel blog entry by cowles on Sep 08, 2013

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    ... Most Oases are strung out in a line because channels (called khettaras) which are built to control the flow of the water. Peter's driving, Brian's excitement and my clenching have been brought to a whole new level. At one point I actually got out of the car - no make that two points. And I have only done that once before in my entire life (Woody, OO, Watt's do you remember Bridal Vail Falls?) ... This was worse. Hopefully the pictures and videos do it ...

    The Big One

    A travel blog entry by jogrey on Oct 30, 2012

    20 photos

    ... with something yucky. Either way I decided it was best to pre-empt whatever it was by giving myself an emergency efcortisol injection before breakfast. Lois watched in fascination and squealed at time of impact! Force some porridge down and wonder if it will stay there. Today is the 'The Big One', also known as Chagaga. It is one of Morroco's biggest sand dunes - 300ft high and we are going to climb it this morning. We set off towards the looming mountain of sand ...

    1130 A Whole New Sort of Region (Mor 372)

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 01, 2011

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    ... very different cultures: The Berber/Arab sedentary river dwellers and the traditionally nomadic Saharawis. The river dwellers have clearly defined, well watered plots of land which they carefully nurture and cultivate as they have for thousands of years. The Saharawis, who are ethnically and culturally linked to the Saharawis of the former Spanish Sahara as well as Mauritania, traditionally were much more mobile, moving from oasis to ...

    The dunes that were in our guidebook

    A travel blog entry by ivan.mclellan on May 13, 2011

    ... as in
    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.

    Today
    we saw the goats climbing the Argan trees munching away at ...