Kasbah La Fibule du Draa

Address: La fibule, hay Amezrou, Zagora, 45900 , Morocco | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on La fibule, hay Amezrou, Zagora, is near Agadir Beach, Beaches of Agadir, Agadir Kasbah, and Taghazout Beach.
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      Day 8: from Merzouga to Zagora

      A travel blog entry by martinn on Feb 14, 2015

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      ... canned meat we made dinner and had a few drinks together.

      Other teams also came in among which the Volvo which suffered damage to the radiator, the engine mounts and the oil carter in the desert. Victor assited the team with translating to the mechanic who came to the camp site to find challenge drivers in need of repairs.

      Time for rest now. Tomorrow we go to Foum-Zguid!

      Day 5 - Agadir

      A travel blog entry by aliceshaw on May 15, 2013

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      ... seen a cotton bud so dirty as when I cleaned my ears. We went to a Moroccon house for dinner which was so delicious, finished by a birthday cake for Greg the French guy as it's son anniversaire. Then we moved on the a bar where I had the speciale flag beer, and shisha which was a strange experience, but I've tried it now! Very good sleep - safe to say the beds are a little more comfortable and the temperature a bit more welcoming than in the ...

      Sharif monument, library, and pottery

      A travel blog entry by arigney87 on Nov 29, 2012

      8 photos

      ... The health implications of that is depressing. Muhammed said many people come to this area to take refuge for weeks at a time - many of them living in the courtyard of the Koranic school, or in the old buildings just outside of it. This was the first time on the trip that I really got a sense of real poverty. This trip is so different from what I've experienced in other countries - even though most (if not all) of the people and areas that we've seen ...

      To pop or not to pop?

      A travel blog entry by jogrey on Oct 31, 2012

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      ... not the only one suffering in this way. In fact some of the Trekkers had far more considerable blister problems. And so the conversation turned to the question, 'to pop, or not to pop?'.

      'Absolutely yes!' said the doc.
      'But how do you keep the area clean in this environment?' asked a tent dweller
      'I don't pop, I just leave mine alone' said another.
      'Ewwwwwww!' went a few others.

      I thought about this for a while as other weird and ...

      The dunes that were in our guidebook

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

      ... on the drive today we had the opportunity
      of stopping at a large variety of campsites and found quite a few good
      locations for wild camping.

      Morocco is 1.7 times larger
      than New Zealand has a population of 71 people per square kilometre
      compared to New Zealand's 15 and the South Island's 6. Of course if you
      remove the large portion of the country that is desert then the people
      per square kilometre will ...