El Morabitine Hotel
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... for a good, quiet place to lie low for the weekend as it seems I'd picked up a virus between Mirleft and Essa. It started out just an annoyance, but as the days went on, it was getting the best of me. A couple of down days is all I needed to be right as rain.
Getting sick on the road is a bummer. It pulls you off track from what you want to see and do and it pulls your partner off track too. And yet, like it or ...
We had been warned! Our Camping Morocco book described the one and only campsite in El Jadida as "poorly maintained and dirty" and that was printed 5 ...
Gibraltar to the Canaries
Friday the 13th, 08:00 had arrived, time to leave Gibraltar. Slowly I steered Orca out of the marina with Peter, skipper of "Oriel Angel" a New Zealand registered Bavaria 50 footer, keeping 200 meters behind, they too were heading for the Canaries, then the Caribbean. The day was threatening to rain with grey overcast and very light winds. The narrow strait of Gibraltar has a very big tidal flow into ...
... heard me turn on the water and offered me the shower facilities in the empty adjacent room that had hot water, where as my room did not. I very appreciatively took up his offer and enjoyed not having to wake up with a cold shower.
With a refreshed feeling, I headed out of my hotel to grab some breakfast at a nearby cafe. The cafe offered a typical breakfast of a bread of choice with jam, honey, and fromage (cheese). I enjoyed my bread with a ...
... could potentially give me gangrene, I really was at the end of my rope. Can you blame me?
Today I managed to get to Sidi Bouzid, a much nicer beach - I had to take three taxis and walk for an hour but I was so happy to get there I didn't care. Tomorrow I am burning the rest of my dirhams on the nicest hotel here, with pool!, and then Friday I start my long trek back home.
I wonder how different this trip would ...