Dar Al Bahar
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... everything including massive eels!! I was befriended by an old fisherman called Hamid who desperately wanted to show me the boat he worked on!! Sean of course wanders off leaving me as he does every time I engage with someone which is quite frequently!! Anyway in broken English and French he told me about his family and how poor he was. I still refused the photo suggestion but ...
... it was stuffy and warm. Pascal dug up a fan for me which helped and we did end up sleeping very well.
We went out and explored the medina a bit before turning in. We stopped by the lovely Hotel Riad Inna and were shown the spacious Marrakesh Suite and booked it for a week. It turned out less expensive and much superior (for our needs) than the highly rated (Tripadvisor) Riad Thais.
... his ass, its all good :)
After that drink i met up with a guy i had met in the desert and we went to sit on a beach under the full moon and have a whisky. It was a really cool night.
The next day I went back to the market to find Hafid and we had another tea then had a nice lunch at a great local BBQ joint. It was such a nice day!
From Essa I was headed to Marakech to catch the train north. Medhi dropped me in main square and ...
There was no sign of Aziz on this day, nor ever again, which was just as well really.
This was deemed to be a Jimi Hendrix day.
Meeting up at the square with Anna, Ceri, Akila, Scott and the two boys, Aiden and Luc, as well as joined rather spontaneously by fellow on a bike, from Manchester, called John, not known to any of us, but very friendly, we set off along the beach towards the village of Diabet, the location of a famous Jimi Hendrix ...
... I had best get used to this as I imagine, this would be a common feature throughout the continent. I finished "The Time Machine" while the sun slowly burnt my back. After finishing my pillow cover. I went for a walk down the beach to the part of the beach with all the hotels and eateries there. It was all happening here.
Camels and horses; surfers, sunbathers and lots of eateries. From here, ...