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... to see. Maybe 2-4 SUPs. Honestly though u need a car and ur own board here otherwise it's just too hard. They rent plenty soft tops but apart from that, not so much. It was 3ft with a nice lull between the sets so he let me go out. I was so worried I was going to crack his board I just paddled around and surf one wave and then came in in about 30mins. Was nice to be in the ...
... night of our trip into the desert - lying down outside to die. Usually, both animals would have slept in Marlene's room.
For you Marlene, the star Regulus, the brightest in the constellation of the Lion, will shine even brighter from now on. Daniel and Tara will be playing together and will make you smile.
... in the restaurant Igrane in the oasis of Tiout, we drove the remaining kilometers to Agadir. At long last goats pose for us high up in the argan trees! I so much wanted a photograph to sent to my "little" sister Hilda that I care for so much and often look after when she is very ill. Hilda, born 1931, nearly totally matches all the characteristics of her Chinese Zodiac sign!
... have met up again. The only difference may have been that, instead of talking all night, we went off to sleep around 3 am.
I was introduced to Marlene's 3 companions:
- Tara, her faithful 14-year old dog, unfortunately very ill
- Chléo, her cat, submissive to Tara, yes, your read correctly, ...
The hotel offered a pool, pool bar and sun loungers situated in shelter from the winds that Morocco is intended to. We spent most of our time there as there wasn't a great deal that Morocco had to offer out of season; car hire and taxis were too expensive and dangerous - the roads are used for nothing but bumper to bumper rage, and horn blasting.
Agadir was beautiful, the beaches were crisp and warm until midday where the wind picked up ...