Caverne D'Ali Baba

Address: 39, Avenue de l'Istiqlal, Essaouira, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 39, Avenue de l'Istiqlal, Essaouira, is near Ranch de Diabat and Zouina-cheval.
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      Sea side town.

      A travel blog entry by jessicaalice on Aug 18, 2014

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      ... dug into his pocket and we were heading to the new bright, cool hotel with 400 dirhums we were prepared to loose! Winning. We spent the next couple of days enjoying the town of Essaouria. It's pretty much all about the old Medina, a maze of tangled streets lined with market and stalls selling anything and everything. Aparently Jed is a lucky man to have me, shop owners like my earring, then they'd turn to Jed and say, I like your wife! A couple of guys offered to buy me, ...


      A travel blog entry by tanya.lesiuk on Dec 10, 2013

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      ... I am probably being charged roughly 15 euros by the end of all the bank charges. So let me tac these fees onto the money taken out plus my flight, extra bag, and bus from Santander to Madrid and looky loo somehow my figures are now triple, if not more, what I allocated in the first place. So with that said, I'm not taking out any more money so what's there is what's there, meaning for this week, I am on a diet let's say. Sucks because there is so much good cheap food here but ...

      No Apologies, Better to be Alone

      A travel blog entry by susiewoo on Mar 03, 2013

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      I had a lie in, reading with the children about Jimi Hendrix, seeing as he seems to be so topical to this area. George went to see Jeremy, to hang out with him in his room for a while, but as for me and Jeremy, not one word to say to one another.
      It was a lonely situation to be in really. But soon I was off out meeting the ladies for a walk on the beach. There was so much wind on the seashore though that Ceri, the youngsters and I veered off to the port area instead which ...

      Inshallah - Ojala - God Willing

      A travel blog entry by vamos_pa_ya on May 20, 2012

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... do. When our adventure ended, she asked me for my phone number... who knows how we were going to be able to speak by these means, but obviously, I gave it to her... probably knowing that she would never use it, nevertheless, it did not matter, one knows that it is a symbolic exchange, to say: "Hey... I don't want to disconnect from you, you are important. Thank you for giving of yourself to me during these hours and INSHALLAH, OJALA, god willing, we will see each other ...

      Essaouira and cold weather

      A travel blog entry by beckerworldtrip on Oct 27, 2011

      9 photos

      ... we had no great desire to get in the rather cold water. Furthermore, the water was the color of rust and the waves were pathetically weak and uninspiring to swim among.

      I had a talk with a surfer at one of the surf equipment rental places, and he told me the layout of the beaches in Morocco. He told me that the surf in Morocco is extremely fickle, the swells come in fast and die fast, and the wind and rain come up without much warning. To get a good day would take a lot ...