Rue de la foire, Agadir, Morocco
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email address of founty non existant
HELP! I am going to this hotel tomorrow and want to contact reception before i go by email. the iberostar webpage gives it as firstname.lastname@example.org but this is incorrect (bounces back). in desperation i phoned the hotel and they say it is not " a dot" but do not know the english for what it is! i have tried
email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
anyone know or can help?
many thanks ps also cannot raise phone number for iberostar!
Re: email address of founty non existant
If you mean it isn't a 'dot' (however, they may simply not have recognised this word in English: in French it is "point", pron. pwan) between founty and beach, you already tried - ("tiret"), then the only other thing I can think of that you could try would be nothing at all, i.e. fountybeach in one word. But in my opinion it is "dot", and there must be a different explanation for it bouncing back. In any case, if you already phoned the hotel, I don't quite understand why you would still need to contact them by e-mail.
Tel. +34 902 99 55 55 - as far as I can tell this is Iberostar Call Center (GMT +1): - Monday to Friday (8 a.m. to 11 p.m.), Saturday (10 a.m. to 6 p.m.)
Travel Tips for Agadir
Goats, climbing in argan trees
When you travel around Agadir look out for the goats climbing in the trees. In the this part of Morrocco grows the tree argan (Argania spinosa). This tree is unique to Morocco and produce a fruit like a olive, which is pressed for oil. The oil can be used for cooking and the body.
The goats like the argan too and it is not unusual to see the goats climbing in the branches to eat the leaves (picture 1). During all our trips in the area we saw goats acting this way, so you can't miss it. Also there are several places along the road where you can see the production of argan oil (picture 2, 3 & 4).
Souss Massa National Park
The Souss Massa National Park was created in 1991 to protect the small colony of Bald Ibis. I think its only Morocco that have truly wild Bald Ibis now and there are only a few hundred left.There are organised Safari's into the park which advertise the chance to see a number of mammals but we chose to go it alone. We hired a taxi for the day and set off on the 40 or so mile trip. We could stop when ever we wanted and had an interesting and leasurely trip there.
The fertile banks of the river were well cultivated and there were many villages on the way. We arrived at the park and for a small fee a warden escorted us along the banks. Wild boar were wallowing in the shallows. The best time for seeing the migratory birds was March to April so we were out of season but we did see about 100 Greater Flamingoes, a few Spoonbills, Glossy Ibis and an abundance of coot and marble ducks. We were dissapointed that we were not able to go and see the Bald Ibis, however we were told another colony existed near Tamri so we arranged with our taxi driver to give it a try another day.
From Agadir it's very easy to visit Tafraoute and the area around in one day. Tafraoute is 130 KM south east of Agadir.
The landscape around Tafraoute is wonderful. Mountains of pink granite, or purple in the shadow, valleys with thousands of palmtrees and Berber villages.
This remote area is prosperous, due to its fertility, but even more by the succes of the men, travelling for business to the cities for their fortune.
The villages around Tafraoute are more interesting to explore than Tafraoute itself.
3 KM south of Tafraoute you can see a rock formation called Napoleon's hat and the blue painted rocks by the Belgian artist Jean Veran.
I don´d know why i even went here mayby because our travelguid said this is the place you must see when your in Agadir. It is the biggest harbour in the country. Every morning from 07.30-10.00 there is a fishmarket and a lot of local people come to buy fresh fish.
A fun place for a tourist? Yeah right.
Amazighe heritage museum, temporary exhibition
At the groundflour of the Municipal Amazighe heritage museum is a hall for temporary exhibitions of contemporary art.
During my visit in summer 2007 there was an exhibition of the work of a local artist named Rachid Fassih. I am always interested to see the art works of local artists, to look how they are expressing their cultural background and roots in their own unique way.
In atmosphere and expression the work of Rachid Fassih with its expressive motifs fits very well with the traditional cultural artefacts in the other halls of the Amazighe heritage museum.
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Address: Rue de la foire, Agadir, Morocco