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... z pustymi rekami kupilismy troche serow, oliwek a nawet lokalnej wedliny... Wracajac podziwialismy obraz absolutnej nedzy i rozpaczy... Dzielnica przemyslowa, tylko tego przemyslu jakos nie bylo widac. Ulica, ktora biegla wzdluz opuszczonych hangarow, przejezdzaly tylko dorozki wiozace ludzi z zakupami z pobliskiego marketu... A my uzupelnilismy nasze zakupy o pomidory, granaty i daktyle na targu u wrot mediny i z nieukrywanym aptetytem zjedlismy je na naszym hotelowym ...
... remembers that way back then, they smoked the best hashish (which is no longer available today). He kindly obliged to partake in some photos (which he wanted us to share on UTube).
More of just strollling including the beach post lunch.
Dinner at Chalet de la Plage. Not bad. Had Moroccan white wine. Fish soup for starters. We shared a plate of grilled sardines for main. No dessert or coffee. MAD325 (AUD$48).
... that area and we went exploring. The whole area enjoyed wide clean, streets, by in large, quite pleasant compared to other towns. Unfortunately I ran out of energy and returned to the hotel for a rest.
In the evening we went to one of the recommended restaurants on the beach, Fantastics, ordered cream of market vegetable soup. It was alright but bland, not much in way of spices.
In the morning are to head to our final day as a group in Casablanca.
... and see our two guests out. Then I myself disappeared, the song having to remain unfinished.
I heard jeremy partying with the others upstairs for longer.
To feel extra secure I locked the door to the sleeping quarters. Jeremy had attempted to abandon me in a dodgy situation, not for the first time, memories in India of him laughing from a distance as a gang of bad guys surround me in the sea at Gokarna, or dashing off leaving me and my children at the ...
... a couple of hundred campers. It is also the busiest we have encountered this year, with probably about 40 campers here with us. The clear majority of campers in Morocco are French, which makes sense as it is the language of commerce and education here, but within view as I type is a Brit, a Belgian and a couple of German campers. We are still the oldest and coolest of the vehicles!
February 9, 2012: Essaouaira
Mostly driving today, but through ...