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... right in the middle of the hotel. I'll bet that no-one will use it as it would destroy the tranquility here (although a bomb from the balcony is very tempting!). If I want a swim I'll take the courtesy bus to the 'hidden gardens' the hotel has where they have their 'grand pool'. It's meant to be quite a feature.
I'm waiting for our travel guide for no particular reason. We have everything we need but I'll say hello anyway. It's also feast of the sheep day so the ...
... on foot) and realised that we would have been in trouble if we had gone any further. So our 40DH were well spent.
As it turned out we were at the sight recommended by our Italian friends, a three minute walk to Place Jemaa El Fna the most famous square in Morocco. some say Africa. We set up camp, which takes all of 2 minutes and set out to explore. As we were left the camper we met our German neighbours who had been here for a few days and ...
... by but it close at 2 and we were too late. We went for lunch a little place along the way and had a pizza (why not). Afterwards we headed back to the main square to check out the monkeys and snake charmers (way too expensive to take pics with). We went back to the hostel to chill and get ready for our dessert trip the next morning. We chilled on the terrace where we a few British peeps, one who studies at leeds! Small world. The next morning we were up at 630 ...
... However a highlight was certainly seeing the goats in trees! We stopped for a look, and a man promptly arrived with a baby goat for us to hold. .. Liss fell in love! It was extremely cute :)
Essaouira was beautiful, and quite different from Marrakech. The colouring was much more Mediterranean, white and blues rather than the pink/red we were used to. We headed straight for lunch, a tagine with a view of the sea (just) and been serenaded by traditional Moroccan ...
Vienna’s dis-engagement skills were forged when she twice let herself be quickly entrapped by the wiles of the salesmen. A snake charmer came up to her and offered to let her take a photo; of course he proceeded to wanting to place the snake on her shoulders and demanding money. Luckily the snakes they put on the shoulders of the tourists are not poisonous, but the ones on the ground, poised in their mesmerized striking pose by the ...