Travel Blogs from Tiznit
... trying to wave to the camera while surfing. Back in 2009 the rest of the world got together and insisted they add the quotation marks to "International". Attendance is by fake invitation only.
Sights and Activities
The coast around Mirleft is rife with empty waves just waiting to be conquered and tamed like a recalcitrant shrew that's recently outgrown its metaphoric britches. There are numerous private surf guides around that can ...
... air and a spot of chatter.
Not so much time passed before we were out again, for a jolly good evening at Dino's Italian restaurant, me, my children, Anna, and Ian, all splashing out on pizzas and under the table wine which we had to be discreet about, a rather good Cabernet Sauvignon Moroccan red wine which soon got us laughing and joking about. Really we had quite some hilarities.
This was overall a great day in a great location. ...
... I met Mohammmed Gha, a friend of Petra's back in France, a smiling hippyish lad who had recently shaved of his hippy style hair for a passport photo. He was a village boy, his home half an hour into the hills, where his family had sheep, goats, cows, donkeys, and honey bees. Mohammed was another who made his living touting at the taxi stand, finding tourists apartments to rent.
And where was Ian? There was no sign of him. Dino reckoned he'd had ...
... she had been living in Agadir running a motorbike adventure holiday company She was incredulous to see us hitching with young children in the rain and approaching darkness.
Nevertheless we carried on our attempt to hitch, and eventually another car stopped, in which was Hassan, a painter of murals and voice dubber of foreign films. He drove with one arm only as his other one was withered. He put us on the correct road for Tiznit, but still we were not ...
... pooling up on the side of the road.
Eventually the road improved in to a reasoning modern two-lane highway, with even a
few road barriers, but they did leave gaps, for those with suicide on their mind.
It was quite humid to start and at about 23°C, but after about 30 minutes of rain it dropped down to about 15°C but all of the mountains still had that misty look ...