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... t throwing themselves at passers telling them to 'buy buy buy'. It was a breath of fresh ocean air that brought with it a feeling of contentment, of this "good life" people keep talking about. Morocco has the "good life", that's why our taxi driver came back from Boston to his home in Morocco. This is where I felt that. That sense of peace and, once again, timelessness.
We went to a restaurant situated at the end of a dock filled with fishing boats large and ...
but beautiful hippy clothes/ornaments/bags/rugs/scarfs whilst on a
weeks holiday...then look no further- this is the perfect place for
The fruit is so cheap here, providing
that you leave the medina and you take a walk into the totally local
part of Essaouira. Here there are plenty of little fruit stalls
selling all types of melons, nectarines, peaches, plums, apricots,
bananas, cherries, strawberries and all manor of different veg. ...
... br> Wind raced at the walled-in town at Laayoune Port. Heaps of orange sand piled up against the wall. A bulldozer and truck came to remove some of this sand so the town wouldn't get buried.
Next to where I stood, orange sand swam across the highway like flat ghosts. It gathered on my bags. It sprayed in my eyes and face. I stood upon a pile of sand. This elevated my head enough to avoid most of the flying ...
... life, no longer provided any solace for the circumstance I found myself in. I sat shivering in the breeze, thinking that the water may be a better alternative, but not able to bring myself to get up and take on the freezing waters again. All I could think about was the long walk back to the surf shop and how there may potentially be some relief for my freezing body in less than an hours time.
Well I am happy to tell you that I survived and ...
... cases, the shopkeeper would come back quickly with an offer – often much closer to what we were willing to pay. Bottom line – I think every thing is actually priced in these markets – it is all about the social interaction associated with the sales. I learned to have fun, laugh and joke with the shopkeepers, and if I didn’t get close to what I wanted to pay – I walked! Just about everything was ...