Hotel des Iles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... people that kept coming up to me. Eventually I got up and decided that if I was to grab something to eat that I should probably head on back to the other end of the beach. I walked the whole way back in the soft sand. At one point I got a football kicked my way and I kicked it back into the game being played. I got asked If I wanted to join in but I didn’t have the time unfortunately. I headed back into the Medina and had myself a lovely burger, ...
Today in this lovely little seaside town we spent a day of just wandering, getting lost, looking. The shops here are lovely, the alleyways of shops bright and cheerful, mostly set price so no need for the hassles of bargaining. Not that we bought anything or rather not that we bought much. It is just a wandering, people watching sort of place! The white walls and blue doors are refreshing....some areas are getting more ...
Had not quite expected the chicken to be quite so fresh that we were getting for our tagine but it was almost like one of those asian restaurants where you get to stare your fish in the eye before some chef plucks it from the tank and it soon emerges on your plate, cooked and sumptiously fresh. Well this was kind of like that, most of the girls couldnt stand it though and had to venture off to look at pretty things whilst i watched with fascination. We were getting our dinner from the ...
... in islands). The Portuguese were here for a bit but didnt last long...Fortified in C15, but the present old town took shape in C18. The walls were commissioned by Sultan Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdallah (he needed a port because Agadir to the S was in revolt). For much of its history the town was known as Mogador. In C19 it was the only port south of Tangier open to foreign trade. Decline set in under the French Protectorate as Casablanca was developed. ...
... 25cm square walnut box with ebony and mother-of-pearl inlay. The workmanship was top notch and I’m sure I could have bargained the price down another 5 or 10 pound but at £60 for the lot we were happy, it would have cost tonnes more at home. Then on to where all the woven good were sold. Val bought 3 footrest cushions and we got a large woollen throw rug / wall hanging. Just as we finished shopping it started to rain so we ducked into a little tea house and ...