Atlas Essaouira & Spa
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... men so we left early and had yet another amazing 3 course meal that cost very little. And again were so tired and bloated from our over eating the only thing we felt up to doing was going to bed though we'd have liked to experience some of the live music the town has to offer. We had hoped to get a morning bus back to Marrakech, but apparently they were quite popular and all booked out so we couldn't get on until the afternoon so you probably won't be surprised to find out ...
... following me? NO. Gosh can't they give it a rest. I think if travellers were smarter and didn't give into any of this **** then they would soon realize they are getting no where with it but will that ever happen? Probably not. I hate the scared traveller, giving into scams, ripoffs and more, causing trouble for me. Ha My initial impression here is that it's extremely touristic, and almost like the Europe of Morocco. A walk down the streets reveals every sort of souvenir you ...
... again. She needed extra pages to be inserted into her passport, but the American embassy in Rabat does not do that - she had to apply to the American consulate in Casablanca. We drove all afternoon, and it started to rain heavily. We were on our way to Todra Gorge, but at Azrou had to stop as the road ahead was blocked by snow. We camped in sub-zero temperatures, and it rained heavily, with a strong, biting wind that night.
We are now in Essaouira, a seaside resort. Its streets are very narrow, only pedestrians, bicycles and motor cycles. It is a fishing port so of course we had to have fresh fish. First we had to go to the fish markets and choose our fish. It was cooked almost BBQ style and you eat it with your fingers. We were the only tourists at this small restaurant eating with the locals very cosy. Very interesting! We then did a walking tour of the old ...
... to give up some washing at last! they ask for 50Dh for both of our clothes but again, we close a good deal at 35Dh (3.10eur / 2.60quid).
We head off to the car park with the intention to go to the beach for a few hours and get some food. Next to the Medina, in the main square we have some mint tea with Brahim. After a session of examining Jays cheap photographic filters and classifying most as useless we discover the mint tea is ...