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... were also called to the open area of deck 7 to prevent persons from climbing aboard. Having returned to the ship, we headed for breakfast. The majority of the ship remained onboard, so breakfast was very busy. I later joined people I knew at the buffet. Early afternoon, I headed to the aft pool with Alfie & Jack. We tried my GoPro underwater for the first time. The images were of fantastic quality. At 14:15 I ...
... a few very funny comments about campervan life, apparently (some) Germans refer to our type of van as "yoghurt pottles" and he was scathing of the campsite saying it was just like a cemetery. He was of course staying there himself as well before heading home. He was a delightful character and an inspiration to us.
Another delightful couple we met were Stan (84) and Etol (89), their comment was why ...
... Joe came over to give a hand, it may not have gone away as tidy and rolled up as usual, but it was put away, I went off to help others with their tents, a couple even blew inside out
The fire team Had no problems lighting the fire though, so at least coffee was on the breakfast menu, along with toast
We are soon to hit the Western Sahara, we have been told by the Lonely Planet, that there is zero rainfall there, well they have lied, there is water everywhere, ...
... br> me: and u are from morocco?
he says he is from agadir.
now this method is the normal method of starting a conversation, though what was strange here is that no moroccan in his right mind would go to a beach in the heat of the day; for sure not 20 km of his home, and especially NEVER ever alone. So i know he is after money and play hard to get. He doesnt give up, knows obviously all the german soccer clubs by name and finally gives out his line.
he: U ...
Left Marrakesh and headed directly west to the coast and a town called Essaouira where we stopped for four hours for a look before heading down the coast to Agadir. Real pretty place with a great town and market streets but best of all were the seafood restaurants by the fishing boat area. All the fish laid out so you could pick what you want and then they would cook it for you (and ...