Auberge de la Plage
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
- Babysitting service
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... and easy to navigate, with the usual array of craft shops, including spices and herbs, leather work, jewellery, rugs, kaftans and jellabas, and Moroccan slippers. It's inhabited by the usual large number of stray cats and kittens. We are told they are appreciated and fed by the citizens everywhere in Morocco as they control the rats and mice that would otherwise be a problem. We walked along the old medieval ramparts and looked ...
... tree. The fruit contains a nut in the centre that is used to make oil.
The trees were disappearing, being cleared for farming until recently, when the cosmetics industry discovered the properties of the oil. The Moroccan Government has now planted plantations of the trees and plans to increase production considerably in the next few years. There are several women's cooperatives ...
... the morning on the beach, though no sunbeds today and we discovered that it actually is quite unpleasant to lie on the beach in Essaouira as that strong wind blows the sand right at you and sometimes feels like it's trying to blow it through you as well. The bus ride was only eventful only in that it left of time and arrived earlier than expected. Arriving in Marrakech knowing where we were and where we were going and how much it should cost made all the difference and ...
... on from being irritated. She peaks around the corner 5 min later to offer me a single tea glass and then again for a piece of bread as if I was some homeless on the street she was giving her leftovers to. I accept her offerings as I am starving. Grabbing the cheese and jam I bought the previous day I have my sad looking breakfast. Definitely going to inquire on this one today and find out what's up with the breakie so tomorrow morning I have something semi substantial to ...
... to be found along a little alleyway and was in a pucca museum condition, presided over by a Muslim watchman who invited us in to look around and to whom we gave for his troubles a handful of dirhams.
It was interesting to peep into this world. There on the wall was a painting of the rabbi, then the small brightly painted synagogue with its torah upfront, the ladies worship room, and the chair of circumcisions. When the watchman pulled back the ...