Atlas Essaouira & Spa
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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 ...
... us a really deep insight to the politics and his view on the future of Morocco. Our "d&m" went very quickly as we hit Argan land... The area just outside Essaouira where Argan trees row. These trees produce the nut that creates what us Westerners know as Moroccan oil. The trees' leaves are also very popular with goats. So popular that one of our pit stops was to witness this event... Goats up a tree - in Brendan's words, ...