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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... a place to eat. We settled gratefully into a small cafe and dined on fish tajine for me, beef something for Belinda and braised camel ( I kid you not ) for Lucia. We all agreed that it was pretty yummy. We then left and wandered the back streets managing to buy some pottery and getting caught up in an open air daily prayer outside the mosque ! No one was put out and we patiently waited the 10 or so minutes until it finished.
A long walk ...
... to be used for cosmetics they are pulverized and the oil comes out. After roasting the seeds that produce the cooking oil are pulverized as well. Argon oil is a key product in expensive moisturizers and cosmetics. Since it was Tuesday we were able to go to a local town market that only takes place on Tuesdays and Sundays. Very few women go. The men arrived on donkeys or horse or donkey drawn carts. Produce, animals, ...
... arrived, it was warm and sunny, great for an afternoon walk along the beach with the locals. It is the most "touristic" place that we have been so far, and definitely has a very laid-back vibe to it. Tonight, we head to a delicious fish restaurant to try the excellent seafood on offer. Tomorrow is a free day for us to wander the town, do some shopping at the local shops, and hang out at the beach. It's a nice place to unwind after the long days ...
... the price of admission. I looks forward to staying there one day and having an entirely different Marrakech experience. We wanted to steal things from the bathroom, but there was nothing to steal...bummer!
This morning we made one last trip to the souks to buy anything that we hadn't already. For some reason we were worried that it was our last chance to stock up and that they wouldn't
sell the same stuff in Essaouira. We boarded a 7 Euros bus ...
... He'd wanted to help me, but ... He was going to drop me off soon, before passing many more police roadblocks.
The desert became dark, as our road returned to the coast. The sea breeze kept temperatures at 23 Celsius (73 Fahrenheit). Perfect. Amsa drove 90 mph.
We listened to eleven-minute-long Senegalese songs. One man sang about orphans; with a sentimentally moaning voice, he called the mother's name: ...