Dar Al Bahar
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... over specifically for water sports...his 9th trip, & has a 'secret ' beach he goes to.
Next morning we head North towards Tangier looking for an accessible beach to relax on, but to no avail. Seemingly loads of cultivation between us & the sea...growing veg, some of which is sold on the roadside.
We come across a tiny village which seems almost medieval...mother drawing water from the well surrounded ...
... sensational!!!!!! And we are too much..... Siesta time!!!! And toilet times for me! That afternoon we ventured into the actual port, and spent Some time in the old ramifications, with the cannons and watch towers, watching the ocean Andes the activity in the fish markets. On leaving we spotted a surveyor hard at work, so stopped and watched him. We went up to a roof top terrace bar for a drink, and then home again for ...
... t question their generosity.
The pre-booking service costs more but it got us on. During peak season, you often need to book 1 day prior. No web service.
On the way the coach stopped at an Argan Oil outlet. Although discount given, it still costs double what you can get in town. So in hindsight, Debbie should not have purchased on route.
Then another stop to see the goats in the tree. The ...
Day 7 and we were leaving the mountains and riding on a high plain called the Plateau de Kik and down off the plain in a series of switchbacks. Lots of grazing herd of sheep and goats and we had to make a short stop as a herd of sheep crossed the road in front of us - and hang gliders overhead. Bob had to quickly dodge a chicken as it darted across the road in from of him. Not usual for our cycling in Canada - but then, neither ...
... 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 ...