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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for a photo break, overlooking a usually dry riverbed that had become a torrent. A bedraggled boy appeared with a little camel woven from reeds, quite beautifully done. He asked for 20 dirmah, so we negotiated, both leaving happy. Climbing again, we came across our first accident. Two young men had hit the brakes too ******* the slippery road, and jackknifed the truck. The cabin had smashed through the thin rock wall and swung out over the precipice, they were lucky to ...
... the risk of seeing lots but feeling empty. Thus far on my journey, I've seen only 2 places... But I feel like I've really experienced them. And I've also given myself permission to slow down, just breathe and take it all in. Strange for me... This must be a sign that I am getting older... Maybe even wiser... Who knows? I'm now on my 4th day in Essaoiura and I've met many beautiful people and have taken in some lovely experiences because of them. Funny how ...
... minute swerving. We had to pee so bad too. I didn't want Brian to stop in a random town/village.....so it was a scary field in the dark for us instead. Just us and the goats and sheep. There may have even been a donkey. So, anyway...TMI... we pulled into Essaouria and it was "going on". Not sure if it is Moroccan spring break, summer break, mardi gras or what, but there were people everywhere....live music....venders... Food... You name it. We later found out it was a free ...
... point to see a line of what looks like beach huts. These are, in fact, the 'fish grillards' where one can purchase fish by the weight then have it freshly cooked. We decide we will return this evening. Just round the corner lies the beach, a huge expanse of golden sand but the water looks rather green, not the azure blue one might expect. No-one is swimming though a few are paddling. Ian tries to persuade Gill that swimming could be dangerous here. Looks like Gill would like ...
... and found our perfect little hotel tucked away in one of the quiet alleyways.
Our room was small but clean and for the first few days we were the only ones in the hotel. As there was no TV in our room, we used to watch Al Ghazira on satellite in the reception area. It was nice to catch up on what was going on in the world or just sit in the giant living room playing Scrabble. Ah, the comforts of home. We even made it a ...