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Hotel Argana Agadir

Morocco has thus far not qualified for a Rugby World Cup, but have participated in the qualifying tournaments since the early 1990s. For the 2007 Rugby World Cup tournament in France, Morocco failed to qualify when they lost to Portugal national rugby union team, home and away meaning they would not make the Repechage 1 play-off against Uruguay national rugby union team. 224 more words

Agadir

The Absolute Worst Places On This Planet To Visit

I asked Google what the opposite of a Bucket List was and it told be it’s called a ‘F*ck It’ list or a ‘Sh*t List’. Makes sense, as these places, these events, these activities are ones that made me swear (a lot) and made me wish I could just curl up in a ball a transport myself home. 1,615 more words

Travel Writing

Maroko, osa 2: Marrakesh, Essaouira, Agadir

Esimese päeva veetsime Marrakeshi medina labürintides eksides, hulkur-kasse toites ja prussakaid litsudes.

Veetsime kokku 4 päeva, mille jooksul nägime kuidas kanasid tapeti tapamajas (see oli turismimekas medinas), kõndisime poolteist tundi supermarketisse ja poolteist tagasi ning jõudsime järelduseni, et on aeg edasi liikuda. 144 more words

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A Peaceful Islamic Paradise

From first impressions, the Atlantic coast of Morocco looks like the progeny of the Middle Eastern deserts and the south of France back in the 1980s. 663 more words

Morocco

A tale of two Moroccan cities: Marrakesh and Agadir

After countless days of deliberating where to spend some time off between Christmas and New Years we finally decided on Morocco and booked a last minute trip to Marrakesh and Agadir. 519 more words

Photography

Hitting the beach in Morocco

When I got to Morocco, I was itching for sunshine and heat. For warm sand and to drive with the windows down. I had spent too long in chilly Scotland and damp Cornwall and my body was needing a serious soaking of vitamin D. 277 more words

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Agadir

Agadir is beautiful, but its beauty for me is not at the beach, rather its at the heart of the towns. During our holiday we rented a place in town, and what a fantastic choice, because If you truly want a feel of Morocco you’re not going to get it by heading down to la plage (the beach); rather its living with the locals, heading to the bakery, the small shops and markets to buy your groceries, and that is how you gain insight into their culture, beliefs and generally what’s life like in Morocco. 157 more words