Atlas Essaouira & Spa
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- Admired the amazing woodwork of Essaouiran carpenters.
... all headed off for Spain together. I was very easily convinced that I should stay with them in Tanger for a hammam, one of the things that i had not had a chance to do while in Morocco. We caught a taxi and then walked for about 10km cos the taxi driver was an idiot, but finally made it to the hostel. We used the last few hours of sunlight to wander around the medina and we ended up at the most romantic cafe with a rooftop terrace with a view over ...
... chance for me to message my lover Jean Raymond, at last, that all was well. He on his part had been in a panic at my not having been online for days, querying was I dead, and sending me images of tearful faces and love hearts.
It was only upon reaching our alleyway, heading home later, that we spied a tourist girl sitting with her laptop on a doorstep. She said local lads came here sometimes to connect with the wifi. Good, a local free wifi spot.
... the tent, but by late afternoon and a day’s exploring the Ryad drew me back in. £44 incl. breakfast is still expensive for Morocco, but a downright bargain compared to a 'Lenny Henry’ hotel in the UK. My present plans are a route back across the country starting on Weds, with a possible remote camp earmarked for Thurs and Fri night if it is open.
Although the hotel is 200m from the beach, it’s still a 3km hike along the ...
... a pitch in beautiful sunshine but very
windy. Spacious site, however,
with more normal sized vans.
The next morning
we were awake when the tap on the door came and John got up to find a young boy
offering bread (still warm) for sale.
We were up and dressed when the man on the donkey came round with bread,
eggs and bananas. And the fish-man
arrived just as ...