Atlas Essaouira & Spa
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... of tourists seeking to escape the crowds of Marrakech ever since. Jimi Hendrix and several of his peers made their homes here, and you can still see the small village where they set up their camp, indulging their pursuits in the tranquil surroundings. I imagine that they would be disappointed to learn that their bohemian locale has now been developed into a five star resort with a good course! As we looked out across the beach, the rally cars we had been following on our ...
... girl (forgot her name:<) on the front desk were always warm and smiling. They made us think we were special guests! Good staff always improves our impression of a hotel. We liked the location. The price, with our longer stay discount, was better than other options in the medina.
The ocean breeze keeps the town cool and we were using an extra blanket rather than an A/C controller at night. We don't even remember if the Inna ...
... they were still big enough to make us glad there was a large stone wall in the way.
For the most part we did our own cooking in Essaouira. There was a bakery a few twists and turns away from the house, and Elias would go out in the morning with a few dirhams and come back with fresh loaves of hot bread, which we would eat with eggs, butter, and tea for breakfast. There is a main street in the medina, which has vegetables, fruit, meat, ...
... rate is as follows- - £1 =13 dihrams (all conversions
below are done by Charly)
We bought 6kg watermelon for 18 dihram,
so approx £1.36! (we were quoted 25 dihrams nearer the touristy
area...but it is still cheap)
10 peaches/nectarines and 3 apricots
for 15 dihram
5 plums for 6 dihram (around 45p)
Bread is 1-2 dihram (and it is yummy)
Dates...there are so many different
types here, but I got the small goey ones for 30 dihram for ...
... coastal Tarfaya. This was perfect. I could sleep in the loose orange Saharan sand that felt so cool around my feet. I could listen to the ocean waves. In the morning, I could go into Tarfaya to view the museum of Antoine de St. Exupiery, the French writer who'd been stationed here as a pilot for the French postal service. This was a Saharan dream come true. And I was tired ...
But, what was this!? A small bag of ...