Bab Al Bahar Hotel Et Spa
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Day 13 (Thursday 19th of February)
Today we stayed in Dakhla to rest and perform maintenance on the cars where needed.
The parking lot of the hotel quickly changed into one big workshop. Team Geld voor Gambia pulled out their tools and soon a generator was running, grinders and even a welder were being used and the sounds of ratchets and hammers were everywhere.
I guess it's time for a new blog update, since it has been more than a month since my last. Back then I was in Rabat, waiting for my new papers to arrive. Just a few days before I was ready to go southward I got a message from my mom that my grandfather was about to die, and that I should find a way to get back as soon as possible. After a lot of hassle with my travel insurance I managed to get a flight back ...
... and also very fun to speak in a language we barely knew. Some people didn't quite understand us right away, but we tried our hardest to pronounce everything correctly. The streets in the city were great for roaming in; there were shops on both sides and we conveniently stopped in the ones we found appealing and bought ourselves some ...
... came out at unexpected little half-empty beach. Beautiful. I didn't have time to stop unfortunately, and instead walked over to the town plaza bus stop for the Moroccan border bus. The women at the bustop looked very latin looking with rich thick dark hair and a few had islamic headscarves, manifesting the multicultural makeup of Melilla's spanishy-morrocany locals. In the 4 minute journey (about 60p I think) to the border, the world outside the bus window ...
... you go on a guided tour and not be taken to a carpet factory. The first part of the carpet to was to climb to the top
of the building to see a loom where they made the carpets, but today being Sunday the girl was not working so we had to imagine how it was done.
It was then downstairs into the serious room with a salesman and he introduced us to all of the different types of carpet or floor coverings that are made by the 1000 odd people in ...