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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... this big time. We spent eight hours on a bus on winding Moroccan roads just to get to Marrakech, then another painful three hours in a taxi stuffed with five other people to get to our destination. Needless to say, we took the train on the way back! Essaouira is known for the huge music festival held there in August and for it's beaches, so it attracts a lot of musicians and surfers. We stayed at the "Woodstock hostel" and it definitely lived up to it's name. ...
... a while, then we went to his cousins spice shop for a tea. I spent about 2 hours with him which was really fun. I then decided i would go back and have a drink at the lunch place and on my walk back there, i was followed by a guy who had been following me ever since i arrived. This was that one time where i had really inappropriate attention from a guy. But i felt bad for him so he joined me for a drink with the waiter at the restaurant. I could ...
There was no sign of Aziz on this day, nor ever again, which was just as well really.
This was deemed to be a Jimi Hendrix day.
Meeting up at the square with Anna, Ceri, Akila, Scott and the two boys, Aiden and Luc, as well as joined rather spontaneously by fellow on a bike, from Manchester, called John, not known to any of us, but very friendly, we set off along the beach towards the village of Diabet, the location of a famous Jimi Hendrix ...
... a good clean out. It was filthy around the entrance but after all, we are one month in! Wow a month! In some way, it seems like a long time since flying out from Liverpool. On the other hand, the time has passed away quickly and I feel I have seen a substantial amount of my father/s country!
Late morning, I headed off to the nearby beach which was littered with interesting stones but also lots ...
... the square a little more and then returned on the roof of the riad to write my journal in blazing sunshine! I could see a few boys out on a rocky outcrop just out from the shore, who were all having a ball playing near the waves. An Iraqi girl who had just arrived, was also travelling and spent a few minutes on the roof, before leaving for a walk around Essa and a siesta afterwards. I went along to find some internet at 6.35pm, only to be told ...