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... to cross something off my bucket list.
As we're currently heading back to our home base in Azrou I am sad to say goodbye to Selma, who will be leaving Morocco tomorrow. I will be saying goodbye to a lot of good friends in the next couple of days, which is difficult after being accustomed to living here with my new Moroccan family. But this is all made easier by the arrival of my sister, Valerie, tomorrow! Tomorrow I will continue my Moroccan ...
... as we cycled past villages, herds of goats and donkeys laden with firewood and farmers. At this time of year, before the winter rains start again, there didn't seem enough of anything green for the herds of goats and sheep we saw grazing but they certainly were trying. There was also a massive water reservoir - currently virtually dry - but an indication of just how much water there is in the rainy season. Somewhere up here there is even a ...
... in democracy and the spirit of freedom, one couple Ceri and Atmo had presumed leadership and were laying down the law to the others, creating a far too controlling atmosphere. This the others were already moaning about. And as for another of my dear friends in that riad, Liz, barely had she arrived in Morocco when she had come down with a dreaful flu, which now had her bedridden and very sickly.
Anna, Scott and Akila came to back to our house in ...
... during the riding days as it is.
The famous alizee trade wind was blowing in well, disguising a temperature in the high 20’s, and I was glad to get back to the cool luxury of the hotel later in the afternoon, finally venturing out to the beach for a pub meal and beer in a beach bar. It gets quick dark fast and early here, but the infamous sunset didn’t perform tonight due to a layer of low cloud over the horizon.
... After casually fleeing the drug dealer, we went for a stroll down the main beach. Due to the strong currents (and also the brown water), it wasn't ideal to go swimming. We were, however, given a good view of the town and port area from the beach.
Walking back along Boulevard Mohammed V, we headed back into the Medina district. We stopped for lunch in a nearby local restaurant, where we both had a chicken and cheese panini with chips (very nice). After a ...