Atlas Essaouira & Spa
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Weather: Mostly cloudy 12-19 degrees Celsius. Sunrise 7.16am Sunset 7.52pm.
We venture off to the fishing town of Essaouira. It is a little cool so I have to change into warmer clothes before we go out as it is very windy and a little cool. We visit the medina and markets and the Scala (Portuguese name for Kasbah, Fortress). They have …
The drive to Essaouria took us through more small towns and more barren landscape. The highlight stop was at a grove of argan trees where we found a tree with a dozen goats standing on the branches of the tree, truly a sight to behold. It was obviously a photo stop that generated a lot of laughs and comments. Yes, it's a stunt, but a smart …
... Backpacks were arriving too. All dreadlocks and flip flops. Hope they came prepared for a cold night, because this town is one of the coldest we’ve been too. Between the wind and the cold a down jacket was not out of the question.
The big start for things was the parade, which we assumed would include a number of the performers in costume, making their way from one end of the medina to the other – where the big stage was set up. ...
... for my guard duty, I came back through the market, I just took a few photos to show you, these souks or markets are all the same, just different places, and they are too bothered about how they display their meat or wares I doubt I will go back this afternoon, I only have an hour or so, so might stay on the truck
No idea where we will be tonight, bush camp or campsite, but it will be putting up a wet ...
... to the oven for another 8 hours.
Down in the medina were the products of the cooperative....we bought a small tagine as a souvenir and to support them, small enough to carry and unbreakable enough if dropped! What we wanted now was a cup of traditional moroccan tea in a traditional Moroccan cafe where tourists don't go! We found one on a small backstreet. The guy was using bellows to heat the fire on which sat a large kettle. I asked if ...