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Travel Blogs from Agadir
Arrival to the airport, pick up by Atlas & Sahara Tours driver, overnight at the hotel.
"Agadir is one of the nicest cities in Morocco"
... neighbourhood, Cite Suisse which is an area rich in memories… and then on past the campground to the edge of the city. This is where the Old Medina of Agadir used to be, which was destroyed by an earthquake back in the 60s. As the story goes, once they decided to stop looking for survivors, they just bulldozed the whole place over, and the land hasn’t been used since. Passing by is a somber reminder of ...
... I was surprised as it looked like some alien writing from some sci-fi movie
We got to bed pretty knackered and i had to sleep with some blankets and pillows that previously covered the engines we transported. Nontheless i slept well waking up smelling of motor-oil!
In the morning i was able to have a quick wash and me had a Moroccan omelette, simply with olives!
We headed off to the beach to the river entrance with Jays jeep and half-way there got stuck in the ...
... another girl named Laura, who hosts here. My room has sea views and I can hear the surf from my room (as well as all the other sounds of Moroccan music and activity, in particular the goats wandering the alleys).
I'll be here till mid August, then I'll travel the country for a bit. I have two retreats I'm leading in July and there's still space--come join!
... to dine on couscous, Agadir abounds with international dining venues. With a varied choice of restaurants, pubs, and nightclubs, you will be able to enjoy an eclectic mix of Lebanese, Italian, Spanish, and even Chinese cuisines. For those that love shopping, you can hunt in the local bazaars for stone and earthenwares, spices, teas, and even leather, gold and silver merchandise. After-dinner activities include casinos, terrace cafes, live music and ...