No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Essaouira
It was less than half an hour up to Essaouira so we were there in no time. Our campsite is about a 30 minute walk along the massive beach to the town. We set up camp then headed along the beach into town. It is slightly cooler here in the mid 20s but the sun is still very hot. Essaouira has a mild climate all year round due to the trade winds from the Atlantic. ...
... br> More relaxing for me here and surfing for Ross. Campsite friends this time were a litter of five teenage cats that were very friendly and the sweetest Rottweiler/Spaniel cross who was huge (and not entirely in control of his limbs – reminded me a lot of Milo, my parents’ dog) and absolutely adorable. It took all my self-control not to take him with ...
... nice to hear, but when men are always making
comments, even though they have seen us many times or 'mmmmm' noises
when they pass, it really started to grate. Many times we have been
asked out to dinner, many times we have been asked if we want sex,
and many times have old men kissed our faces and not let us go until
we are literally peeling them off. There is not one hour (and I am
deadly serious) that has passed without either of this type of
After a lazy second day in camp, at least for me as Tim was working, we packed up for our two day trip to Essaouira, another of our favourite destinations in Morocco. Of course, we had the essential booze and food visit at the local Marjane before heading west to the coast.
Our chosen place to bush camp that night was a scenic clearing not far from the local rubbish dump. Thankfully, the wind was blowing mostly in the opposite direction for MOST of ...
... back to Marrakech, so Ahmagi, Mary, and I stood on the terrace and talked for a little while. After a little while, we parted ways with Mary and headed back to our hotel.
With the sun down, the main street of the medina became alive with locals looking to buy food to prepare their dinners. Produce stands lined with the street, as well as cafes, and little trinket shops. On the way to our hotel, Ahmagi continued to show me the ...