Riad Sidi Magdoul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... wind surfing and kite surfing are popular, in addition to camel and horse rides. We did not participate in any of these activities, since we will be riding camels in the Sahara desert next week. We ended up in a marsh area where I saw my first wild flamingos! This had been on my bucket list for Morocco, so I was extremely excited when we happened upon them by accident. Unfortunately, we were not very close to them so I couldn't get a good photo of them, but I ...
... our goodbyes. I had a few hours to kill before the overnight train left so i went to check out this square and was unimpressed to find it full of snakes and monkeys. Was I already back in the Congo!? I seriously nearly trod on a cobra. I could see big groups of people gathered all over the square and i was trying to see what they were looking at and i found myself 1 step away from 10 snakes, all reared up, hood out, looking ******. Gross! I spend ...
... so it seemed) communication. Akila's son Scott joined in enthusiastically too. No one could work out the secret of the game. It was a good fun evening, that concluded with us lighting candles for George to blow out, again to the sounds of the Happy birthday song.
It was dark now and Scott walked us some of the way home.
Once back, I cooked up a feast which the children and I shared upon our bed.
There was no sign of Jeremy which was a good thing.
... the moment we got out of the taxi, we headed straight into the medina.
I loved the feel of this place from the moment we entered! It was busy, lively, bustly. The main street takes you towards the port area. Fruit stalls and clothes shops lined the main street and all adjoining ones and the place just teemed with life. On the port side of the medina, there were lots of boats and people selling ...
... from Othello?) and more lanes that we explored well into the night.
Friday 26 August 2011
Phoenicians settled here in the 7th century, calling the place Migdol, with many living on offshore islands where a mollusc's purple dye gave the folks a decent living. But Migdol's freshwater source & safe harbour gave the Portugese ideas and they established a military & trade post here in the 15the century, with Jews playing ...