Hotel Vent des Dunes
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We have 5 days in the Atlantic seaside town of Essaouira and after hectic Marrakech and the dry stony sandy Sahara of the South it is good to escape to somewhere much smaller and to be beside the seaside. A wild Atlantic beach about 8km long is just a two minute stroll from our hotel just inside the Medina of the old town. The new part of town lines the beach. Mostly every morning we walk along the beach after breakfast when we are not snooping around the souks in the medina. It ...
... so many golf courses - apparently a big thing here for rich Europeans! En route we also passed where they grow and develop the Argan oil from the trees and large vineyards not for wine production but for eating apparently. Well Essaouira is yet another wonderful place to visit so totally different to what we have been seeing but yet again fascinating. Our Riad as you said is just gorgeous also run by French morracan people. Only ...
... the risk of seeing lots but feeling empty. Thus far on my journey, I've seen only 2 places... But I feel like I've really experienced them. And I've also given myself permission to slow down, just breathe and take it all in. Strange for me... This must be a sign that I am getting older... Maybe even wiser... Who knows? I'm now on my 4th day in Essaoiura and I've met many beautiful people and have taken in some lovely experiences because of them. Funny how ...
... rectangular shape cut out of its side. Remember to keep the lid on the bottle whilst weeing and the contents can be swiftly and subtly poured into the gutter afterwards. By the way, underneath the shewee you will see an excellent book from my library, which some dear friends gave my mistress, all about a revolutionary woman who loved the sandy places and people not far from Merzouga and encouraged the French Top Dogs to put ...
We left Marrakesh in the morn and took a bus to Essaouira. When we got off we met the driver that took us to Baousalla which is a Riad owned by a French lady Dominique. When we first got there we had a little look around; there was a pool, some tortoises,a lounge (with WIFI),lots of rooms and a dining/breakfast area. After that Nick and I just lay in ...