Bab Al Bahar
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... got briefed for our meeting tomorrow. The cab ride was enjoyable not in the least because we drove with 5 in a Fiat Punto. Which is not allowed and we were pulled over. As the cabdriver started to make excuses as "I'm just a poor guy and you prevent me to make a living" our host got out and addressed the police-officer. Who raised his shoulders and let the cabdriver off the ...
... stocked up on bananas and water melons. Shopping in town on Tuesday in the supermarket Marjane! Marlene's friends Nicky and Gabriel lived on the way, so we paid them a short visit. Marlene and Daniel had rented a house next door to theirs when they first came to Agadir. Nicky is passionate about pebbles and stones! Luckily their house offers more than enough space to store her enormous collection! Generally ...
... to say French is the spoken language here. Its kind of fun to see how much French we remember from school. The simple things come fairly quickly but when they begin to engage in conversation...that is when it gets confusing. Can pick up a few words here and there but I figured out by letting them know I could speak only, 'un petit francais' they would be patient. Mind you, their english wasn't necessary easy to understand either. ...
... soaked to the skin, meaning that we probably weighed an extra twenty pounds each. For Joel, it was more unpleasant because his shirt and our locker key took a swim in the Atlantic. After a few minutes of searching, a kind stranger returned our locker key to us. Joel's shirt is most likely still swimming with the fishes. After securing the key, attempting to ride a few more waves, and taking a kayak to the face, knees, and back, it was time to head back to the Rabat side ...
... to Agadir to try and source the oil while I wait for parts. Ho hum they never really put this bit in the motorcycle travel books! Met another a Dutchman working as part of a dredging team, speaks French so has helped organise a truck, great guy! As for the driver, he only speaks Arabic so conversation isn't flowing but we did share a prickly ...
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