Hotel Maria Luisa
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... here with her best friends when she was 18, they got the train down through France and Spain and the ferry over and stayed in tangier, that's why we wanted to come back here. She also came here with dad and stayed at the miramar hotel which she has been trying to find today!!! So we tried to go a different way to the beach today, an easier way we thought... Oh Jesus did we get lost. I was being well moody as I'm sure u can all imagine, and we just kept going ...
... coming out, we have no idea what we will be eating... except it is a fish restaurant. We had roasted almonds, olives, fish soup, bread, spinach & shrimp, and then shark kabobs and a whole fish, dessert was a huge melon and a dish with pine nuts, honey and spices. No plates were served, just community serving dishes, and huge wood forks. Amazing food. Fun experience.Another fun ...
... ends. Nearly impossible to navigate. And it smelt surprisingly nice. I thought it would probably be a little stinky but no. It smelt quite fresh due to the abundance of spice shops. We only spent the one day there then we went to the beach.
Essaouira. We are currently spending our second night here. We rode some camels!!! Jessie's camel was named ...
... back from the old city, and someone gave us
directions and walked several blocks with us, just to make sure we
made it. So all in all, I'm finding myself pleasantly surprised with
Classes start tomorrow, so I'll post
more details about my studies soon I've felt too overwhelmed taking
in the city for myself to take too many pictures yet, but expect
those to follow. For right now, here is a picture of the deliciously
over-sweet mint tea.
... place hardly seems to have woken up yet. The "Museo de Jamon" - Ham Museum - looks like it might be worth a visit one day but like nearly everywhere else, it's shut at the moment. Perhaps the fact that the temperature is already 27C has something to do with it.
So I carry on northwards for another 12 miles or so, into the mountains and find a spot where my guidebook says there's a route upwards. This involves following a good track alongside ...