La Courbine D'Argent

Akhafnir Kiada, Tarfaya, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Akhafnir Kiada, Tarfaya.
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    Travel Blogs from Tarfaya

    Puerto del Rosario

    A travel blog entry by maxieduncan on Jul 10, 2014









    I decided a night in Puerto del Rosario might be good for a change of scene and I had an early flight in the morning. I probably should have listened more to what I'd been told, it's more industrial and not so enjoyable. Still it was a transit stop that helped me get to the airport in plenty of time, the bus being much more efficient than I'd expected.
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    It's like Xmas...

    A travel blog entry by beattie99 on Sep 27, 2012

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    Thurs part 1: Nerves are jangling...waiting for parts is like Xmas as a kid, hoping for a bmx but worried its going to socks!!! Part 2: An hour later and tentative test ride and it looks like we've solved the clutch problem! Thanks Rory for sourcing and shipping the oil! Part 3: Ok, so we're back on the road, we drop by Ali Babas to say thank for all his help (yesterday ...

    1105 A Refreshingly Modern Town (Mor 347)

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Nov 14, 2011

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    Day 049: 10 hours, 11.2 kms



    From Tarfaya I continue on to El Ayoun, the capital of the Sahara region, but I don't tarry long. I already explored this city back in 2009 on my way to Senegal and now I have another priority: Boujdour.

    Boujdour is one of the few sizeable towns in the South Sahara region (there are 4 to be exact), and even though it’s well out of my way, I ...

    1104 Desert Makeover Town (Mor 346)

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Nov 14, 2011

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    Day 049: 4 hours,



    As we continue deeper into the desert, I start to notice, every couple hundred meters a brand new, identical cinderblock building that looks like a tiny two room schoolhouse. As there are numerous clusters of shacks probably used by fishermen, I assume it's a new government program to provide education for the children of fishermen… but there are just way too many of ...

    Civilization

    A travel blog entry by choy on Feb 20, 2011

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    In Noaukchott, we met 2 Brits that were heading northwards too. Since we all had roughly the same plans we bumped into each other several times along the road, which was almost a given, since at least the border would take several hours. Actually, it was more or less the plan. There we decided to aim for the West Saharan city Tarfaya together or at least as far as our strength lasted. First we had to pass No Man's Land, the narrow strip of land neither controlled by Mauritania ...