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Africa » Morocco » Guelmim » Sidi Ifni December 24th 2017

Noc totalne nahovno, zima a tvrda postel. Na ranajky zbieham dole do restiky, davam si omeletu s cajom, to neskor este zalievam teraflu. V blizkom obchode kupujem vodu a potom uz len relax na terase, kde lezim v kresle na slnicku. Citam knihu a hlavne pospavam. Ani neviem ako a uz je 14/00. Patrilo by sa ist aj na plaz. Ta ja dlhokanska, par surferov, na plazi vsak odpadky a kopa kamenov. Veru teda nic moc. Volaky marokanci volaco po mne kricali, chceli ohen. Presun do mesta, tu si uz davam mix ryb a zapijam to colou. Uf som zvedavy co s tym spravi moj zaludek, este furt mam sracku. Mestecko uplne ospale, sem tam sa tu najdu aj zebraci. Vyzera to,ze sa tu kazdy s kazdym pozna. Chvilu relax na terase ale fakt len chvilu, ... read more

Africa » Morocco » Guelmim » Sidi Ifni December 23rd 2017

Rano o 7/20 vymotanie sa z postele. Poskok tu uz zacinal chystat ranajky ale samozrejme mne este nedal, sak su az po 8/30. Toto ubytko kvoli majitelovy a jeho chovaniu isto neodporucam, cisty ojebavacsky kokot. Na hlavnej ceste mam stastie akurat prichadza bus c.31 smer agadir. Je mi volako blbo, zrejme som volaco chytil este od polakov z minuleho mesta resp cul od cecha, ten mal furt sracku. Nakonec vyskakujem o zastavku skorej ako som chcel, bo som myslel,ze sa uz dogrcam. Moje kroky vedu do atm, vsetko ok len je neaky pomaly, cakam, cakam, cakam a penaze furt nikde. Len my to vyfluslo kartu a volaco napisalo po arabsky resp francuzsky. Este som chvilu cakal a nist. Som zvedavy ako sa bude tvarit moj revolut ucet po tomto neuspesnom vybere. Prichadzam k hotelu ctm pri ... read more

Africa » Morocco » Guelmim » Sidi Ifni March 29th 2013

Départ de Tiznit 29 mars J'ai finalement atteint la petite ville portuaire de Sidni Ifni vers 18h00 hier soir, étouffé par un surplus de passagers surdimensionnés dans le taxi Mercedes. Ouf. J'ai posé ensuite mon lourd sac dans ma chambre crématoire d'hôtel avant de me coller le derrière sur une terrasse panoramique devant une tajine à la poulpe. La pieuvre, ça se colle bien à la tajine vous savez. Et ça se colle bien aussi entre deux molaires. Ca explique peut-être pourquoi j'ai la bouche caoutchouteuse ce matin. Bon. Malgré cela, je suis bien reposé... quoique la mollesse de mes couchettes des derniers jours m'ont un peu courbaturé. A moins que ce soit le transport en taxi de Tiznit à ici qui commence à se faire sentir dans mon bas de dos. Ce serait normal ça, ... read more
Ma gougoune se sauve!
Popcorn de nuit
Du bleu et du blanc

Africa » Morocco » Guelmim » Sidi Ifni December 28th 2011

Sidi Ifni was the "gateway to the Sahara" ... at least for the Spanish, who tried to hold onto this tiny piece of Morocco after Moroccan independence. Nowadays it's a laid back surfer's village more than anything else. We would have been better off basing ourselves here, than in Agadir, but, since this was our first time in Morocco, we didn't know any better. Next time eh! The original reason for coming here was because of a single stamp from the country of "Ifni". After some searches, we determined that Ifni refered to this part of the African coast ... and that meant we had to get here sometime. Legzira Plage is an even more isolated community than Sidi Ifni, a few km north of Ifni. The Saharan people lead a hard life in these parts ... read more
Moroccan Architecture
Tiznit Fort
Approach to Sidi Ifni

Africa » Morocco » Guelmim » Sidi Ifni February 16th 2008

We left Agadir with a sense of impatience to get out of that tourist town and back into the wilder coastal landscapes - not really wild, of course, since wherever you go in this country you are always surrounded by the curious and friendly Moroccan people, who seem able to materialize out of even the most desolate-looking landscapes. Our destinations were the towns of Massa and Sidi R'Bat on the Oued Massa river, which forms the southern edge of Souss-Massa National Park, a haven for overwintering bids and the enthusiasts who watch them. We'd already seen one of the stellar entries in any birder's lifetime list, the rare bald ibis, in Tamri, but we were curious about what constituted a "national park" in Morocco, and at 80 or so kilometers from Agadir, Massa was an appropriate ... read more
Lunch, anyone?
Bread freshly baked tableside
Breakfast in Souss-Massa




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