Riad Dar El Masa
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In the last entry I alluded to the weather change. Well - it poured for several days so the Iberostar and Agadir were even more gloomier than before. It was cold, wet and windy. On the weather chart it looked cyclonic and was part of the floods sweeping across France and Spain. And that worried us. I did feel sorry for those who had flown in from the Northern Hemisphere for a week of sun! But then there was the realisation that our travel plans were also in jeopardy because of the ...
... at one of the many date stalls, sampling, checking and finally selecting at a box for us. They were plump and sweet and fruity, really delicious. We had a quick tour of the Jewish precinct, and bought some trinkets before Hassan picked us up in his 4x4 to transport us to the desert kasbah in Merzouga, on the edge of the Sahara. The rain continued to fall, and Hassan and I took it in turns to swab the windscreen of condensation. Hassan enjoyed driving his 4x4, and liked ...
... Explore guide here and he took us on a walk through the surrounding area and through some berber villages. It was great to see things on foot, and, great to be out of the car for a day. Looking back, I loved all of the different things we got to see, but, I could have used more time to walk and sight see in each location. ...
... it was dark outside and the lights were on. There were thousands of people, many of which were Moroccans looking to sell you something. The main pedestrian way leading to the square and the square itself had everything from restaurants to snake charmers. It was quite ...
... to serve mint tea;
teapots new and old of all sizes to serve the ubiquitous and refreshing mint tea;
tablecloths in cotton and serviettes to match;
salt and pepper pots in Maillchault or pewter;
white hand made plates hand decorated with pewter rims to serve couscous and lamb tagines; blankets for the colder months;
exquisite metalwork stands for shampoo, hand lotion and shower gel complete with tiny lids and matching tassles to coordinate with ...