Travel Blogs from Oualidia
... 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.
... were 1-2 meters high.
The next day, we rented 3 boogie-boards at really nice guy's place. They were a blast! I also got really good waves and I felt good at it. On a normal wave, I might go 75 meters at least!! Some of the waves were even 3 meters tall!!!
I have had a blast learning to surf and wish you were all here, too.
... communication in any mutual language, I was ushered
from bus to bus until I indeed arrived at my brother's hotel.
- Did not feel particularly comfortable with all the local men and only
few women around on this journey. But I can't say that anyone bothered
me. Just takes getting used to...
- The buses would stop between stations to pick up and drop off people.
Or for the driver to buy some mint, eggs, tobacco or whatever a
Moroccan men shops ...
... really bad weather that same night.
We finally arrived late at Safi, an old but industrialized town famous for its pottery. We got to the medina, the ancient part of town and looked for Hotels. there must have been some 8 before i found a room. It really was a dirtbag but had no choice. It was only 50Dh (4.50euro / 3.80quid) and the sheets stank and so did the room. The walls ...
... opens up and it starts pouring down with rain. We also hear some thunder in the distance. Quite a pleasant change actually!
After a short while we decide to head off to Essaouira and back on the long country road...
I hear several canarian radio stations (calima, SER, faycan..) but as we head further down the clouds clear up and i cant ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free parking