Chez Pauline Ferme d'hotes

Address: Palmeraie, Goulmima, Meknes-Tafilalet Region, 52250, Morocco | Ranch
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This ranch is located on Palmeraie, Goulmima.
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        Travel Blogs from Goulmima

        Chill out...

        A travel blog entry by robinandjulie on Apr 11, 2013

        33 photos

        ... the town of Goulmima.

        Surprisingly, we were far less tired and sore than we had expected. Adam drove for a little while in a short diversion across the desert (he's too young to legally drive on the roads in Morocco) and then we headed back to Erfoud and onward across flat desert towards Goulmima.

        In the desert, in the middle of nowhere, we saw dozens, perhaps hundreds, of mounds - too equally spaced to ...

        Todra gorge and Tinjdad

        A travel blog entry by stef5353 on Mar 06, 2013

        7 photos

        ... connections for the last 2 days.(Terrible withdrawal symptoms) After deciding on a place we couldn't find it and ended up driving to the next town, Tinjdad. There we stayed in a Gite in a Ksar (Traditional old building) that has been renovated to a high standard. How we ever found it I don't know. We had to drive down little alley ways barely wider then the car, and then get around 90 degree corners. Luckily only 2 of them and ...


        A travel blog entry by findthemountain on Apr 10, 2011

        13 photos

        ... find gas. Later in the evening the GERMANS arrive and it's a good sight, at last we find people on bikes and someone to help us dillute the constant streams of camper vans. These guys are good; 2 ktms and a bmw that slightly dwarf Bertha but all's good. We chat about bikes, demonstrate my little knowledge and I get burner envy as their nice petrol burner works a treat. ...

        Attack of the "Barbary Ips"

        A travel blog entry by paulandmel on Nov 09, 2006

        10 photos

        ... were broken up by the occasional stops at road side cafes to get some liquid refreshment and tinkle. Probably due to the French influence, the Moroccans are enamored with the café culture. There are cafés everywhere and they all serve the traditional standbys: café au lait; mint tea and orange juice. Mint tea is the Moroccan signature drink. Mel got a taste for it; Paul thought it tasted like liquid toothpaste. Hamid, our guide, taught himself excellent English. However, ...


        A travel blog entry by lizconnie on Jun 05, 2006

        5 photos

        ... just amazing!!! Taking the camels over the dunes was a fun experience, but the sight of what lay out beneath us, in front, to each side and behind us was just incredible. We Laid the camels down, hiked up the hill to watch the sunset, which unfortunately on this evening was a non-event due to the level of cloud cover, but it was still an amazing sight non-the-less. Just to add to the whole ...