La Maison Du Vent
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... and with all the information and time we received they were deserving of our money. We then collected out bags from the hostel grabbed some lunch and boarded a bus for Essaouira - a coastal town that's one of the windiest places on earth and one of the best places in Africa for kite surfing. When we got off the bus plenty of people were trying to lead us to their riads, but we already had a booking. Our attention was caught and held however by an Australian ...
May 24 to June 3, 2014
Riad Inna - Marrakech Suite. without breakfast, 265dh/$32
....We said goodbye to the great people at Riad Thais. We felt a little bad about changing hotels. But we planned to linger in town and the rooms there were just too cramped for us to be totally comfortable. So we moved over to Riad Inna. Abudla and ...
... to the wall to shoof and shop. John found a large hand knit cap, large enough to hide his dread locks in, that is if he had any dread locks. We could have really helped the economy of Essaouira and bought all kinds of things but our suitcases are pretty full and heavy now. Time for some gelato (which was pretty good!) and shooffing on the square before we had to meet the bus. Essaouira is a very charming little seaside village and we ...
... be a nice Moroccan dry white, after taking a recommendation from the seller. We explore the central market, especially the fish, and wander back to our evening restaurant booking at a recommended sea food place - turns out to be very nice oysters, calamari and monkfish. The baby calamari were exceptional, in a light batter!
Then back to Les Artistes to retire for a pleasant night.
... fan, can't say what it was, but it was just a bit grimy. I walked down to the seafront and got hit by the wind.
Essaouira is a windsports paradise (not sure if shells knew this when we booked it) with a constant wind and plenty of kitesurfing and windsurfing. They weren't kidding, this place is windy. I'm talking 30 knots gusting 45 windy. I was thinking of going kiting here, but a look out to the others out there started to give me second thoughts.
After a ...