Riad Dar Maktoub
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and ipads. Previously I had to rig up each time by lifting a lounge seat, setting up the inverter by hooking up to the batteries stored there and then putting it all away when the job was done. We now can utilise this feature any time, provided we have ample reserves in our battery.
On hearing the oil price, the economics of this looks even less viable. But then there are other features just as important.
It was also a bit ...
... take 5 minutes in NZ just about took all day. As we waited we wondered around the Souk and Gayle brought a very smart red and black leather coat, a total impulse buy but she is very pleased with it.
The other exciting thing for us is that our sons have brought a house together in New Zealand, they took possession on 15 January (Thomas's birthday) and have sorted out tenants already. So we are very proud of them. ...
... We spent the next day wandering around and visited the seafront. We almost immediately decided that Agadir wasn't for us apart from finding a lovely cafe and meeting some really friendly people it was basically loads of resorts meaning lots of touristy prices which we couldn't afford. Luckily we had ended up staying in the cheap part of town meaning we didn't have to spend too much on food before we left. We booked bus tickets to essouria and left the next ...
As per my previous blogs it was up and early for yoga this morning followed by breakfast and then down to the beach for surfing.
Red the instructor has now taken to referring to me simply as 'Guernsey' now much to everyone's amusement.
Decided to have a day off from surfing due to sunburn and various other aches and pains so chilled on the beach for the day.
Yoga in ...
... and deservedly so. Eventually switched back to my original larger board, or as I called it, Big Foamy. My confidence soared, along with delusions of competence. My final day of formal instruction yielded some heady nuggets - "those are the kind of waves you want", "get up faster", and "don't forget to turn and stuff".
Later on I hiked up to a tiny village at the top of a large hill where I enjoyed some tremendous views, a welcome feeling of isolation, ...