Riad Dar Maktoub
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... located along North Africa's coastline, is Southern Morroco's most visited city. Its culture and historical ties lie predominantly with its relationship with European nations. Internationally coined as th Miami of Morroco, Agadir made its mark as a significant port with the exportation of gold, spices, dyes, olive oil, Argan oil, and minerals. Taroudant is surrounded by ancient fortress walls that protected it from Portuguese invaders. Taroudant had its golden ...
... Saturday night. The next day we relaxed around Agadir, checking out the free bird valley park before another quiet night. On the Monday we decided to jump on a local bus up to the popular little surf town of Taghazout. Unfortunately the waves were nowhere to be found today but a dip in the Atlantic and some good lunch at a local restaurant meant the day was not a waste. An uneventful but relaxing couple of days in ...
I can't remember what activities occurred yesterday so I presume it involved a lot of travel.
We enter the area known for growing Argan trees. This is the only area in the world that can successfully grow these sturdy trees known for their ability to go without water for weeks. Along the drive their is a peculiar sight indeed. There is a smattering of white dots in amongst the Argan trees. Lo and behold, it is not a trick of the eye, but a bunch of ...
... and Dino paid a brief visit to Marlene (Dino is from Luxembourg. Marlene knew him from her days of car racing, and hadn't seen him in 40 years).
Esther joined us early evening, and together we celebrated our reunion and our forthcoming trip into the desert with a glass of champagne (or two). Our evening meal was accompanied by an excellent wine brought along by Esther.
Sunday 4th, ...
... of whiskey. No
chance as we do not drink so they then said that was good and gave us
200 Dirham back. During this trip we also passed some of the goats
that climb the trees to get the argan nuts. They look just like black
rubbish bags blown into the trees. We parked on the beach ...