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... the Medina, recognized in 2001 as a World UNESCO site, we found the characteristic narrow winding alleyways but as it is much smaller, we had no trouble finding our way around to interesting shops, comfortable coffee bars, fine eateries and home again. Essaourira is a place for relaxing, walking the alleyways, visiting the busy fishing port, watching the seagulls struggle to stay alight in the persistent winds, viewing the historic fortresses, exploring ...
Arrived from: Marrakech
Start date: 21/07/13
... interested in and the man told him it wasn't for sale - to him.
We left after that and meet another guy on the street who was again very friendly, we made it clear from the beginning that we were not paying him any money, however he happily showed us down to the tanneries where we were up close with the workers. It was amazing and an experience you could not get if you were in a larger group. He then offered to take us to the spice makers and where people weave the ...
... than marrakech, and less scooters in the little roads nearly running people over. E police just basically bomb round on scooters all day too, seen a few of them! So we were walking down this big road towards the main road, went past a school (ecole) that lots of teenagers were going to and also looked like they were setting up a carnival in this big square, dodgems and stuff, think we'll probably avoid that...anyway so walking down this road and saw this grand big door and entrance ...
On a tight schedule, we bought our bus/ferry combo ticket for the earliest departure, hoping we´d be able to navigate our way and catch the early train to Fes. We were staying close to the bus station so that part was manageable. The night before, I read up on all the procedures on how to make our transition as smooth as possible. Seemed doable but...we hit a few snags. First one being that we were never stamped in our passports when we arrived in Spain. We ...