La Maison Du Vent
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... regret was not getting a second piece of the delicious bread. On to the beach (I think it was Plage Taghart?) to surf! The beach is formed like a long crescent. The end next to the medina and port is where all the swimmers are and there arent really any waves (I guess maybe the port blocks them?) anyway as the beach extends away from the medina it starts to curve out and thats where the waves pick up for the surfers, kite surfers, and wind surfers. Side note, the beach offers ...
Hurt my back last night. Well yesterday working and it got worse over night. Been doing little jobs today but it's not any better. Been trying to do affirmations, I think it's working :) Rob from brissy was another helpx that had been here for 8 weeks. He left back to Australia today. It's so quiet without ...
... what I was going for, but it was still delicious. We also walked walked around the royal gardens in Fes, where we were lucky enough to have some real sunshine after a couple of weeks of bad weather in Azrou. After coming back to Azrou, we had a big dinner with everyone that was here at the time, and Liz and Selma treated everyone to three awesome desserts. Selma made a traditional Moroccan dessert called Pastilla au lait, which is basically thin pastry sheets ...
... his ass, its all good :)
After that drink i met up with a guy i had met in the desert and we went to sit on a beach under the full moon and have a whisky. It was a really cool night.
The next day I went back to the market to find Hafid and we had another tea then had a nice lunch at a great local BBQ joint. It was such a nice day!
From Essa I was headed to Marakech to catch the train north. Medhi dropped me in main square and ...
... figs on the way which stained our lips pinky red. A local lad told us that these figs only exist locally and nowhere else, and they are popular with the Berber women who eat a couple of them in the mornings before breakfast. They are medicinal, he said, and help to resolve upset tummies. The skin you must discard, the seeds and juicy red flesh you eat.
Liz got lost in the medina, but in time we found the riad Dar Walla, where we were greeted by a warm fire. ...