Hotel Vent des Dunes
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... e by for their minute and half of work. Today, the last day of this weeks blog was Georgie's and my last day together. We took advantage of the pool in the morning and did some shopping in the medina and retreated once again to the pool when we'd had enough of the people. I was truly and exceptionally sad to say goodbye to Georgie this evening, it's been an absolute blessing to have such a like minded girl to travel with and has made things so much easier - the ...
... the progress and they had put a backing layer on the previously refined leather. The backing made the leather a cardboard box wrapped in leather rather than something smooth and elegant. The shop keeper politely refunded my deposit rather than trying again. He will be able to put that purse in his store with other inventory.
We reserved 1st class window seats on the bus/train combo to the former Capital of Meknes, for the 3rd.
... while others were probably saying how stupid can someone be to bring a suitcase to a place like this and try to roll it down the uneven, pothole filled street. In an effort to avoid the stares I pick the bag up by the handle, and walking like the leaning tower of pisa in a windstorm I lug it as far as I can before resting it down again for a break. Madam, Madam, can we help you, in French they say, hostel hostel, really cheap, Yes I have one thank you, I respond but do ...
... but this time in torrential rain. Back to our now drenched campsite, and wet tents.
1st December We drove and bushcamped.
2nd December We drove into a campsite at Essaouira, then went into town. We visited the fishing port and medina, then back to the camp, where our tents had dried out.
3rd December I walked into Essaouria and back along the beach, then hung out in a bar for a couple of hours, consuming one bottle of (25cl) beer! ...
... número 20 del día). Las mujeres estaban dentro de las casas, en las cocinas, cuidando de los bebes. Claro, en las ciudades, encontrabas a las mujeres que trabajan, pero no tienen el tiempo para sentarse contigo para platicar. De ahí, en los mercados las podías encontrar, pero de ahí había un segundo problema, muy a menudo no hablaban frances, definitivamente no ingles y español. Hablan berber y arabe, y bueno, mi arabe iba mejorando, y berber nada. Entonces nuestra ...