La Maison Du Vent

Address: 25 Rue Mourabitine, Essaouira, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 25 Rue Mourabitine, Essaouira, is near Ranch de Diabat and Zouina-cheval.
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      You are welcome

      A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Aug 15, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... and it was awesome - we've eaten so very well in Morocco and this particular meal was wonderful - and cheap, our 3 course meals were €6 each! The next day very much resembles the previous day, although we went straight for the sun beds knowing that we'd be washed away otherwise and included a lunch break and more being hassled by people for our money. We also went back to the first place for sunset but again didn't feel inclined to have lengthy conversations ...


      A travel blog entry by tanya.lesiuk on Dec 10, 2013

      13 photos

      ... to pay for. Usually they come around after they perform and ask for money. If you watch intently, clap, or show any other signs of enjoyment they will spot you in one second and in the next they'll be at your table holding their basket out for you to throw your change into. If you only travel once in a blue moon then fine, enjoy and throw some change for them but when your life is constant travel you learn to keep your purse strings held tight. A few dirhams for them means I ...

      The Mellah, The Medina and Atmo's Visions

      A travel blog entry by susiewoo on Mar 04, 2013

      6 photos

      ... station to greet him. The bus was there indeed but not a sight of Ian. Eventually though we did chance to meet up, near one of the gates to the medina, in a furious downpour of rain. I brought Ian back to our house and left him there with Jeremy as I was off out now for my dinner date with Anna, back to the crazy house. There I settled with the girlies, drinking wine, munching on olives and watching films.
      Those who wanted to eat meat had the ...

      Inshallah - Ojala - God Willing

      A travel blog entry by vamos_pa_ya on May 20, 2012

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... women move in the private sphere more than the public. In all the cities, including the larger ones, you see predominantly men on the street, it is the men you see drinking the in the cafes. (I have never drank so much tea in my life, luckily I love it and did not mind saying yes to the 20th cup of the day). The women were in the houses, in the kitchens, taking care of the children. Of course, in the bigger cities, the women worked, but they were too busy to stop and ...

      'The windy city is mighty pretty'

      A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Aug 25, 2011

      ... old medina, with slightly wider alleys than Marrakech, but with great French influenced architecture and Portugese whitewashed buildings with blue trimmings. Still predominantly an ochre town, it still has all the usual Moroccan mysticism and exotique, with fortified walls along the medina sporting ramparts and cannons. We arrived at the bus station and were led by two young guys who showed us where we could get cheaper digs.

      This old ...