Hotel El Bahia
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... and ipads. Previously I had to rig up each time by lifting a lounge seat, setting up the inverter by hooking up to the batteries stored there and then putting it all away when the job was done. We now can utilise this feature any time, provided we have ample reserves in our battery.
On hearing the oil price, the economics of this looks even less viable. But then there are other features just as important.
It was also a bit ...
For the first time on the trip we have spent 12 days in one place, Tagazout in an "Aire" 15 minutes north of Agadir, along with about 200 other campers, sounds terrible but it was OK, right on the beach. Our French friends were there and we had a lovely time with them.
We also meet other very interesting people, Germans, Italian and French. A German gentleman Ernst Reinhold, a painter, we have not been ...
... awful lot of it, again, it’s the worst rainfall for over 50 years, rivers are flooded, broken their banks and over 40 people killed because of flash floods, everywhere people are standing on bridges looking at the rising water)
We got off the main road and headed down this track, it was very rough, next moment the truck ground to a halt, we had bogged down, right up to the axles, out came the shovels, sand panels and Steve and Joe started digging, this wasn’t ...
So today we woke up and went for our first yoga session...let's just say I'm not very flexible at all! Goal for the week - must be able to touch me toes!
After that we had an absolutely delicious breakfast before getting ready and heading down to K-17 beach to catch some waves!
Managed to stand, albeit blink and you would have missed it, but it's progress at least. Tomorrow's surf antics may have been put on hold as ...
... I would have achieved, all the unruly waves I would have tamed, all the promising waves I would have wasted, had only I been able to eat a cracker without puking.
So ended a fun, active, educational week in which I met a lot of great people, had an outstanding time, watched a lot of good surfing and, most importantly, learned a lot about surfing - how to do it, how not to do it, what happens to the skin on your body when you do it wrong, how ...