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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... to the bus and on to Essaouira. There was a stop at an argon coop along the way for a bit more shopping for the girls. Never heard of the stuff before but apparently it's expensive and good for hair and skin.In Essaouira we had a meal at a restaurant that was a bit pricey but provided a lovely view of the sunset over the old wall by the ...
... minstrels would twang a few notes in front of cafes for a few moments then pass the tambourine for donations. Calls to prayer blare from nearby mosques, seemingly in competition rather than in cooperation. Tourists only frequent a handful of thoroughfares. No shops, no tourists. From our room, we watched a steady stream of people go by.
We found the Essaouira restaurant scene a bit dismal, all the same ol' same ol'. Once we found ...
... by the Phoenicians. Both the Phoenicians and the Romans prized the sea snails found on Iles Purpurairs, just offshore, used to make “Royal Purple” dye. The island has an abandoned prison ruins and is off limits as it is now a bird sanctuary. Mogador is the ancient name of this city and when the French Protectorate ended in 1956, the name was changed to Essaouira. The walls and medina, the whole thing is an UNESCO ...
... wyszło 35 Dh, tak dobrze i tak tanio jeszcze tu nie jadłem. Po tym poszliśmy przespacerować się nadmorska promenada, spotkaliśmy kitesurfera Matteo, który też mieszka w naszym hostelu i usiedliśmy na piwko w jednym z lokali.
Teraz czas iść spać bo jutro zapowiadają się dobre warunki na ...
... our upcoming Sahara trip. If I don't adopt a stray dog and bring it home with me by the end of this trip it will be a miracle. Spent the rest of the afternoon exploring the souks/ fending off merchants left and right with at first gracious, "la shokran, la shokran"--no thanks and increasingly harsher "SAFI" and "NOOOO".
Marrakech I should probably give another chance. We had less than 24 hours in this historic city and many of those hours ...