Tikida Golf Palace
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May 7, 2015
We arrived in Agadir, checked into our huge resort hotel (a room with an ocean view! $50 a night), and spent the next day lounging on the beach or by the pool. Nothing else to report.
Okay, onto Mirleft, 3 hours ...
... 40 min. to the Atlas Kasbah Ecolodge, about 20 min. west of Agadir. The approach to the Kasbah was a bit grim, but soon opened up to lovely argan-encrusted hills, crowned by the palatial Kasbah. Laurie was in heaven, as the Kasbah is luxurious without being glitzy, and has a lovely interior with several beautiful and interesting artifacts on display. I took a walk through the hills while the others relaxed, then cuddled with ...
... and drank hot sweet Moroccan mint tea finishing with a type of flat bread that was very Moorish (more ish – ho ho). Stomachs full we continued towards Agadir and the sea appeared suddenly as we cruised down through the hills, the road twisted and turned we were one with the bike.
It is a great day when you are out for a ride and everything clicks
Another act of generosity came in yet another campground where we met a couple from Germany. They ...
... look the same, a bit grubby and wishing for clean clothes (I know I am)
There will be a few entries I will be posting as one, bit longer, with more photos,
I hope they don’t bore you and you take the time to read them and look at the photos, it’s the best I can do at the moment and I don’t know if it will get any better or worse as the trip goes on
There will be times that there just won’t be an entry until I do get online, please bear with ...
... although that superhike will eventually merge with the Casablanca Superhike.
But over the last few months I’ve started thinking that this should be my normal way of discovering this world, rather than the exception. I did another Superhike in Egypt as well as in a neighboring country. I found it very fulfilling to reach that 100 km mark and knowing that I had made significant effort in exploring certain discovery-packed regions. ...