Hotel & Ryads Naoura Barriere
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Had a decent sleep, even though it felt like I was sleeping on boards. Probably good for me anyway. Breakfast was a boiled egg, bread roll and a kind of croissant with butter and jam, a freshly squeezed orange juice and a heart starter coffee. Actually that's the type of breakfast I prefer. I can't eat a cooked breakfast too early in the morning. Did all my washing. Already a weeks worth. I then headed off up to the Djemaa El ...
... airport (about 45 min journey). Of course I was early (very!). No surprises there. Had to do a little reshuffle of my suitcase to get it down to 20kg. Overloaded my daypack but got everything in ok. Including the handbag. Only 1 piece of hand luggage on Easyjet flights. The flight to Morocco was around 3 hours and was fine. The seats were quite comfy and a bit lower to the ground so all ...
... ornaments, by joking with the vendor using all the clichés that had been used on us for the last several weeks. Stephen invited him into his own shop and tried to sell him an ornament. He seemed to like the banter and the fun of it and Stephen left the shop with a smile and a bonus gift. So perhaps this is how it is done, not to take them too seriously otherwise you are trapped.
We actually set out to go to the ...
... fuel station advertising ferry tickets, bought one for the next available ferry and landed in Ceuta a couple of hours later.
I had read warnings in guide books and articles about people in the port hassling you trying to help you fill in documents in return for money, I had also read to ignore them and they will go away, also that Ceuta was a less frenetic place to enter Morocco. On the ferry I filled in my visiting visa form and asked for ...
... the mountains I introduced myself to the 5 students from England, Bonnie, Rose, Minnie, James and Dan. Since we were on separate buses I didn't get to talk to them again until after lunch. Lunch was a traditional tajine and we had some free time after that to get to know each other. I started this free time by walking up the road a bit with some of the Moroccan students to a little stream. Once we got back I sat on the steps with the students from England and ...