Al Fath Hotel
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Had a great breakfast some homemade breads, jams and fruit we then tackled the old battlements - small fort like building along with a tower we could climb for a better view. It was great there were youngsters about playing drums and having a good time. We them walked through the port area the local fisherman were still selling the catch of the day certainly a good mix of ...
... ve not seen elsewhere and a lot of fun to watch.
It is worth mentioning here that there are a lot of cats in Morocco. I mean this in the same sense that there are a lot of ears of corn in Indiana, or a lot of sand in the Gobi desert. There are a lot of cats in Morocco, and in Essaouira – which again, is a fishing port – there are even more than the average lot. Naima very specifically requested that we be sure to keep the door ...
... covered in sand and goose pimples, be my guest. There is
also one more con to this whole sunbathing problem. Unless you are
fat, old, a bloke, or surrounded by your local Moroccan friends, you
WILL attract perverts who just stand near you and WATCH you the whole
time.....sometimes even asking you if you want sex.
Also at the beach you WILL get hounded
by men selling cookies, sunglasses, horse rides and camel rides. This
is never ending, and saying' non ...
... as the moon. Cool.
I wondered: Was I ever going to make it through this desert?
To be continued ...
Thanks to Mouhamed; Ahmed; Mouhamed, his mother, & his wife; Hamed, Mouhamed Cheikh, & Ali; Ishmael; Mustafa; Jamal; Ali; Mehdi Simou & Ishane; Amsa; Sa'ad; Amsa, again; Moncef Doudou; Mohammed; Abuhafs Libdy; and Zouyad for rides!
Much thanks to Mehdi Simou for his ...
... person beside me - a man probably in his fifties from Montreal who had been travelling non stop for the last four years and who had been to Essaouira many times before. His name was Ahmagi
We shared stories of our past travels, our backgrounds, and why we enjoy traveling. He definitely had a way with words as he led most of the conversation, but he seemed like a very genuine person who had experienced much of the world and ...