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... and let us go. Mark and I "highfived" each other and hightailed it out of there. Robinsons versus Police: 1:0
We found the campsite we were looking for, Camping Esprit Nature, 3km down a gravel road so ingrained with rock that we drove down it in a combination of first and second gear! 15km out of Essaouira and basically in the middle of nowhere, it was owned by a French couple who had bought the land six years ago and then waited three ...
... in Ouarzazate, not only because of Ian's loud snoring and the barking of street dogs but also due to the all night music from the cafe Jour et Nuit downstairs. Jeremy was so wound up about the latter that he went into the bar the following morning, with all the customers about, and had one of his big tantrums. Not that I knew about this till he told me a little later in the day.
The Great Moroccan Hitch began with a bus ride out of town, and ...
... a couple of hundred campers. It is also the busiest we have encountered this year, with probably about 40 campers here with us. The clear majority of campers in Morocco are French, which makes sense as it is the language of commerce and education here, but within view as I type is a Brit, a Belgian and a couple of German campers. We are still the oldest and coolest of the vehicles!
February 9, 2012: Essaouaira
Mostly driving today, but through ...
... brought in their catch for the day. Oddly the fish auction is held in the afternoon unlike most places where it is normally an early morning event. The air was most pungent down there so we were quick to move on, trying to avoid the bombardment of seagull droppings on the way. From here we embarked on a long walk to the ruins of an old sultan's palace engulfed in the sand. This required us to walk about ...
... otter. The other highlight of our stay in Essaouira was the Restaurant d'Orient in the medina. I was determined to find somewhere that served excellent Moroccan cuisine as everywhere else in both Essaouira and Maarakech had been quite disappointing. The Moroccan food you're likely to try in a city like London or New York is far better and more imaginative than anywhere we'd been during our stay. After you've tried couscous and tagine (every day) there's very little else on offer. ...