Hotel Beach View
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a relatively small percentage of the population and predominantly for those who live in the cities. In the country it is completely different. People still plough their fields with mules and ploughs, crops are gathered by hand, houses are built from the earth in the area, thus blending in perfectly with the environment. Flocks of sheep and goats are tended by shepherds as there are few fences to keep them in. A lot of these shepherds are ...
We packed up and left Kasbah Tamadot today heading towards Oualidia. This is where we will spend our final 2 nights in Morocco. The idea being to have a couple of days relaxing in the sun. Rachel chose this specially for us, it's in a private area and is supposed to be beautiful. Ok, I admit it, it's superb. La sultana is by the sea and so beautiful. I'll let the photos speak ...
... tour and ensures we come back to his cave for a tea; he then unfolds his stash of photos and newspaper articles that review their cave experiences with Mustaffa. he then insists on massaging us, what was an innocent attenpt to embrace morrocan culture is slightly being exagerated. we make a hasty exit out of his cave unfortunately despensing of all our change that amounts to about a pound! note to self no more cave tours.
... over 6 hours via
multiple buses to get to the tiny beach/surf town of Oualidia. And what
a bus ride! This is where my adventures really began. Here are the
- Managed to get from the airport to the bus station fine with enough English speaking people, though not the most friendly.
- At the bus station had one guy with broken English get me on the
right bus. Somehow, he must have passed along where I need to go.
... anymore. When we get to Essaouira we can pick up a few.
At a big town called Safi we make a stop at a panoramic viewpoint and a street vendor approaches me, a little girl whose name ive forgotten. I manage to exchange some words in basic Arabic and i give her a 1euro coin as a souvenir, she is all smiles and gives me a packet of chewing gum