Riad L'Eucalyptus

Address: Km 8 El Ghazoua, Essaouira, 44000, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Km 8 El Ghazoua, Essaouira, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Essaouira

Essaouira - Castles made of sand...

A travel blog entry by sosbeag on Aug 10, 2014

... role is primarily for tourists. You can take in the essaouira beach by horse, camel, quad or even by boat, we chose to walk. When not avoiding quadbikes, horses, soccer matches and camels we were avoiding kites being launched from the shoreline, i counted between 20-30 kitesurfers each day.

In 1969 Jimi Hendrix visited Essaouira and in the little village of Diabat you can visit the Jimi Hendrix cafe. On the coastline nearby you can visit ...


A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on Jan 29, 2014

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... unfolded when the bus diverted onto a dirt path next to the highway in order to get around the wreck. We had an interesting moment when we nosed into the pavement as we got back on the highway, but with some creative maneuvering we got back underway.

Arriving in town, we met our hostess, Naima, at the bus station. Cindy Xie in Beijing has some competition now for Best Host Ever; Naima and her husband Hamid were fantastic. The bus ...

Perfection and hell

A travel blog entry by travellinghands on Jun 01, 2013

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... range from 20-40 dihram per kg for different dates. The big
medjool ones cost a lot though.

The fruit here is ripe, juicy, fresh
and locally sourced, so high in taste and in nutritional value.

The second day we were here, we found a
vegetarian/vegan cafe, so we have been visiting here at least once,
and quite often twice a day. Everything is prepared then and there
and all the food taste amazing. He sometimes even gives us free
apricots and ...


A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Jul 05, 2012

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... br> Wind raced at the walled-in town at Laayoune Port. Heaps of orange sand piled up against the wall. A bulldozer and truck came to remove some of this sand so the town wouldn't get buried.
Next to where I stood, orange sand swam across the highway like flat ghosts. It gathered on my bags. It sprayed in my eyes and face. I stood upon a pile of sand. This elevated my head enough to avoid most of the flying ...


A travel blog entry by tsjackson on Dec 09, 2011

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... my hands had turned a hue of purple that reminded me of the sky at sunset from last night. Now this is not uncommon for me to have cold hands and feet - you know, cold hands, warm heart - but I could not believe I was the only one feeling so miserable. Everyone else was enjoying themselves on the waves, not appearing as though they were fearing the loss of their extremities.

I made the most of my time in the freezing waters, trying to think ...