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... latwe w kraju Allaha, gdzie muzulmanom nie wolno spozywac napojow wyskokowych, postanowilismy poradzic sie Pani, ktora wygladala dosc europejsko i lokalnie zarazem. W ten sposob zlapalismy stopa do super-marketu, na obrzezach miasta. Po drodze mijalismy targ pelen baranow, ktore mialy podzielic wkrotce ten sam los... Wedlug tradycji kazda rodzina powinna zabic jedna owieczke! My barana nie potrzebowalismy, a alkoholu po ktory tam przyjechalismy nie znalezlismy. Zeby nie wracac ...
... line-height: 18px;">End date: 20/07/13
What was great: Cooler air, castle ruins, less hassle
What was not great: Walking into the ...
... town are quite nice.
Essaouira is very popular with windsurfers and surfers alike. It is always windy here.
Today is our last day in Essaouira. Just taking it nice and easy, strolling around and enjoying the medina.The Berber shopkeeper only allowed me to take a photo of him if we bought something.So now Fran has a new pair of earrings. We really loved our stay here. It's a laid back introduction to Morocco before we hit hectic Marrakech tomorrow.
... the horrors of the surfing experience). By 11AM I was out the door, on my way to the harbor.
The harbor is the center of life in Essaouira. Day in and day out fishermen tend to their nets and to their boats preparing for their day's fishing. Constantly boats are bringing fish into the harbor to immediately be sold on the streets to supply Essaouira's demands. No refrigeration or ice is necessary here as the bounty of fish is quickly disseminated among ...
... we hiked back down and got back on the bus for the last time. Yes, at the end of the day, we would be leaving Abdou and reverting to local transport.
Other than rest breaks (I mailed my last set of postcards on the roadway between Marrakech and Essaouira), the only stop we took that I can remember was at a local co-operative for the processing of Argan oil.
I'll be honest, I had never heard of Argan trees before this trip. Heck, even ...