Al Fath Hotel
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... in the boutiques, lending an exotic, fairy-tale glow to the winding streets. As the rain began to fall more heavily, we found ourselves at a bar with a covered terrace overlooking the main square, and behind it, the picturesque harbour. Here, we ordered carafes of the local white wine, and engaged in conversations with other travellers, here for a variety of reasons: one bohemian girl was here to take a break from her exhausting dual relationship, an Australian couple ...
Today was our free day to wander around Essaouira and get into relaxation mode. Which is exactly what we did. After a leisurely breakfast, a few of us headed out to a local silver shop to look at their wares ... Prices were good, so I ended up buying myself some lovely baubles. Following that, Lynn and I wandered around the medina for a few hours, doing some light shopping, but mostly just window gazing. The ...
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I would like to introduce you to my new friend, Mr Camel. I first observed him and his pack from the top of a mountain of sand near a place called Merzouga, a gently swaying blob of pale yellow custard he was, often with the outline of a human on top just like the cherry on a cup cake on stilts. We became more personally acquainted on the beach at Essaouira where I admired his ...
Belinda: No, no, no (we'd seen them advertised for 30dh)
Man: How much you pay?
Man laughs and walks away.
We had several conversations similar to this with different products or services people were wanting to sell. It seemed they pulled figures out of the air depending on how they felt or how naive you looked. Turns out ...
... my hands had turned a hue of purple that reminded me of the sky at sunset from last night. Now this is not uncommon for me to have cold hands and feet - you know, cold hands, warm heart - but I could not believe I was the only one feeling so miserable. Everyone else was enjoying themselves on the waves, not appearing as though they were fearing the loss of their extremities.
I made the most of my time in the freezing waters, trying to think ...