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... him some money and off he trotted. I never carry the money with me but he'd already asked our names. So when I said I had nothing and Sean had it. He called Sean and then asked me to give it to him!! From there we headed back jnto the medina for a haircut for Sean!! In broken language we negotiated a price and Sean had his hair, eyebrows and moustache trimmed much to ...
... t throwing themselves at passers telling them to 'buy buy buy'. It was a breath of fresh ocean air that brought with it a feeling of contentment, of this "good life" people keep talking about. Morocco has the "good life", that's why our taxi driver came back from Boston to his home in Morocco. This is where I felt that. That sense of peace and, once again, timelessness.
We went to a restaurant situated at the end of a dock filled with fishing boats large and ...
Essaouira, with its never-ending beach,
soft golden sand, sunny weather and high winds, is the perfect spot
for wind surfing, kite surfing and learning the basics of surfing.
Its little cafes, market shops and restaurants provide the ideal
short break getaway for those who want just a few days where they can
do a bit of shopping, see a different culture and eat some good food.
And if you are a fruitarian who loves
to partake in wind/watersports and want you want to ...
... had gotten hooked to my bag? And he'd already driven off. What was in it? All the papers for the Audi! Oh, no. I had to help Amsa!
I could've tried to hitchhike after him, but it was unsure I'd find him. So, I went to the police in Tarfaya and had them call ahead to the next city, 100 kilometers away. The police located Amsa and made him drive back to Tarfaya to pick up his papers. Meanwhile, the police in ...
... in the middle of December.
My first time in a wetsuit and in waters that necessitated wetsuits, so I was not sure what I was in for. We got our boards, our wetsuits and walked back to the place where all of the other surfers had gathered. With a couple minutes of instructions from a semi-experienced surfer to a novice, myself, and some stretching, we headed out to the water. As we walked out, I noticed that the sun had completely disappeared ...