Hotel Riad Nakhla
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... this big time. We spent eight hours on a bus on winding Moroccan roads just to get to Marrakech, then another painful three hours in a taxi stuffed with five other people to get to our destination. Needless to say, we took the train on the way back! Essaouira is known for the huge music festival held there in August and for it's beaches, so it attracts a lot of musicians and surfers. We stayed at the "Woodstock hostel" and it definitely lived up to it's name. ...
... rough chip seal asphalt with enough variation to keep us on our toes.
The next day we traded in our temporary road bikes for brand new Cannondale hybrids that were easier and more comfortable to ride. We rode out from our hotel to Tamegroute, a small town best known for its Koranic library of books from the 16th and 17th century on history, mathematics, astronomy and one ancient text written on gazelle hides dating back to the ...
... him from long ago, saying it was two years since they'd last connected. Still, Aziz was very friendly and said he'd help us find a cheap place in which to stay.
Aziz soon found us an apartment with cooking facilities for 8 euros a day each, which to me seemed ok a deal really, not that I had anything to compare it with. Jeremy though already mistrusted Aziz and didn't want his help, whereas in the light of Hicham having recommended him I thought he was ...
guidebook. It’s easy to see why,
with the sweeping bay and broad sand beach. The buildings round the seafront are clean and modern whilst
the old walled town is a gem, with its narrow streets and alleyways brimful of
all sorts of commerce, exactly as you might imagine it.
Before bed, we
looked out the small change for tomorrow’s itinerant merchants.
... As in, we'd ask a question and she'd stand there nodding and smiling and not responding, haha. But hey, we made it work. That's part of the fun of traveling right?) But oh, the best part of the experience, was the bus boy. The bus boy, not even currently working our table as we were still enjoying our average lobster and thin little steak, approached our table and asked if we liked night clubs. Well obviously we assumed he was trying to help out the tourists and offer up some local ...