Caverne D'Ali Baba
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... remembers that way back then, they smoked the best hashish (which is no longer available today). He kindly obliged to partake in some photos (which he wanted us to share on UTube).
More of just strollling including the beach post lunch.
Dinner at Chalet de la Plage. Not bad. Had Moroccan white wine. Fish soup for starters. We shared a plate of grilled sardines for main. No dessert or coffee. MAD325 (AUD$48).
... as we cycled past villages, herds of goats and donkeys laden with firewood and farmers. At this time of year, before the winter rains start again, there didn't seem enough of anything green for the herds of goats and sheep we saw grazing but they certainly were trying. There was also a massive water reservoir - currently virtually dry - but an indication of just how much water there is in the rainy season. Somewhere up here there is even a ...
... rather liked it, and said we should all meet up later there for an evening of wine drinking which sounded good to me. So I went around the medina buying food to cook for everyone, fresh peas, potatoes and tomatos, avocados, bananas, breads and crepes, and Jeremy said he was going to sort the wine, only once he had ventured into the seedy looking alcohol shop he balked at the prices of the local wines and came out refusing to buy any.
Anna, Scott and ...
... during the riding days as it is.
The famous alizee trade wind was blowing in well, disguising a temperature in the high 20’s, and I was glad to get back to the cool luxury of the hotel later in the afternoon, finally venturing out to the beach for a pub meal and beer in a beach bar. It gets quick dark fast and early here, but the infamous sunset didn’t perform tonight due to a layer of low cloud over the horizon.
... br> Feeling rather broken / clean, we headed back to the hotel, where we were treated to an amazing sight of the sun setting over the Atlantic from the rooftop terrace, a truly spectacular moment to witness. Once the sun had set, we called it a night and went to bed.
27th May 2011
Awoke to the sound of birds tweeting, seagulls squawking and the sea lapping against the town walls (reminded me of being on holiday in Dartmouth). We had breakfast ...