Hotel Residence Farah
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... have few customers that new exactly what they needed and were capable of doing it themselves.
A day or so later JP was keen to install. It was a hot day in the sun. Everything went well and too plan. Between us we had the necessary tools to get the circuit made and installation. I was more of the apprentice helping where I could or was allowed. Unfortunately JP’s soldering iron got cooked in the process.
JP kindly ...
... a few very funny comments about campervan life, apparently (some) Germans refer to our type of van as "yoghurt pottles" and he was scathing of the campsite saying it was just like a cemetery. He was of course staying there himself as well before heading home. He was a delightful character and an inspiration to us.
Another delightful couple we met were Stan (84) and Etol (89), their comment was why ...
... we never got far, about 100 meters and we bogged down again (we had been bogged down for 6 hours) so it was out with all the kit again and started getting out of this hole, this weren’t so bad, it just took an hour and we were on our way again, we left the road in a terrible state, it looked like a huge trench had been ploughed out of the ground (when the road was made, it was all supposed to have been rock, I guess they skimped a bit)
The Mayor said there was a ...
... hour drive we arrive at the Hotel. Our room is on the top floor (8) with fabulous views
Agadir is a young city due to a earthquake on Feb 29 1960
Over one-third of the population of Agadir was killed and at least another third injured by this short-duration earthquake, which lasted less than 15 seconds. It is the most destructive "moderate" quake (magnitude less than 6) in the 20th Century
... that has two trays and you put weights in one- person agrees, chicken is killed and plucked right there), fruit and veg etc. Then we headed to see the "Cascade", apparently the most spectacular waterfall in North Africa, but only saw the rocks as the waterfall was little more than a pee trickle down the rocks. The rest of the drive winded through valleys of terraced agriculture, blooming almond ...