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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... people and this crack up German guy. Went to the beach and tried to buy some stuff but very unsuccessful. Our taxi ride was so late at 9pm at night it was negotiated at 100 dirham when it usually costs us 20. We were so mad cause the driver in the grand taxi took other people half the way. Tara and I did good cop bad cop, me being bad of ...
... beetroot and orange juice, which we both ordered along with an avocado salad and a moroccan dish, a nice mix of bread, hummus and chickpea dip with salad. It was delicious as was the homemade almond, carrot cake that followed. We later found out that this cafe (that serves only healthy food) ranks number 3 out of 175 restaurants and cafes in Essaouira, so damn fine choice!
Ambling through the streets to walk off our lunch, we noticed ...
... cleared we had to know what type of fish we served in that Tajine. The answer was one we were glad we didn't know of prior to ordering - Tiger Shark.
We had a fairly unadventurous drive home, other than another good bye with Mustapha, promising to keep in touch. We opted for our last night to be spent in the square watching the snake charmers and doing some last minute bartering on items we didn't need but couldn't ...
... tourist price!), however you need somewhere to cook it. We decided to go to the BBQ seafood restaurants, where Rays haggling skills were tested. he did really well and we managed to get a few decent sized and good quality fish, including a John Dory.On Ray's birthday (26th) we wanted to experience a traditional Hammam. We found a hotel that took tourists to the hammams, where you bathe with the ...
... military fort, so many of the remnants of the fort still remain. The old medina is rather small and easy to navigate, and the sellers are not terribly pushy. (unlike Fes). I spent the morning wandering the town soaking in the relaxed seaside vibe. Along the seaside are numerous huts that sell fresh seafood. For lunch our group met up and tried the "melange" which is a mix of different types of seafood. This whole concept was pure hell for me. Instead ...