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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 ...
... all MBA was complimenting one of their architects, but no, they changed the name to Mogador, meaning "wall" in Berber and in reference to the ramparts surrounding the medina. However, as soon as independence arrived, the Moroccans changed it back to Essaouira.....just like they changed back the roundabout rule!
Mark and I were in a lazy, wandering, rambling kind of mood, so we headed for the port first, which is just outside the ...
... beer. This disappeared in a flash! We blasted along the main road to Marrakech and that was easy going having little traffic and being a dual carriageway for the most part. We averaged just over 100kph during the first hour. Marrakech slowed us up a bit and I was glad to see my gps direction arrow heading for another blue track which was our route in from the east last time we passed through. And so we continued until 300kms were on the clock by which time we were ...
... night, with nowhere to stay. We tried messaging our friends who had arrived from France by now, but got no reply, and neither could we get through on a contact number of someone local that our Ouarzazate friends had given us.
Atlast I tried phoning one of the couchsurfers, Ismail, who had messaged me not so long back offering his hospitality, and he turned out to be an amazing soul, coming to meet us outside the Cafe de France with a friend, and taking ...
... side but I found it too artificial, while the gritty east side was much more authentic.
Around dinner time we walked over to the ramparts and found an amazing view of the sunset over the churning and crashing waves off the rocks. We also checked on the restaurant Taros that looked good, and got into an amusing discussion with a man outside about its opening time. The sign on the door said 1800h which is 6 pm. The man confirmed that it was to open at 1800h. ...