Hotel des Palmiers
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I would of course never have visited Agadir, had I not read the above statement assuring me that seismic standards had been implemented when the town was rebuilt in 1960 ;-).
Unfortunately due to weather conditions surf was a no go today as it wasn't safe enough for us novices. Therefore it became a pyjama day with a few outings to the roof terrace when the sun broke out, where also I should now have luck for the rest of the trip as a bird pooped on my leg... yuk, however it was much to Mel's amusement.
We decided to try washing some of ...
Woke up and decided to have a morning off from yoga to let my body have a rest and recover - feeling a tad achy to say the least.
Breakfast was the usual cereal, yoghurt and a smoothie made with banana meaning I couldn't have any.... they seem to be ignoring my request for a berry based one! Then it was down to the beach for a morning of surfing! Actually managing to get up and stay up on the board now woo...there's a surfer chick in me somewhere! ...
... in Morocco. In 1960 a big earthquake flattened the whole town so a new modern one was built in its place. We went to the Vallee des Oiseaux which is a long narrow green space in the middle of city filled with aviaries occupied by exotic birds and a small zoo with monkeys, gazelles and goats. After a bit more wondering we finally found a tour operator that was a) open and b) spoke English. We booked a two day 4X4 tour departing ...
We met up with a guide at the entrance to the national park and we explored a bit on foot as he talked about the estuary and the flora and fauna in the area. It is a rich agricultural area, although the farmers within the national park are restricted to traditional methods, thus no chemicals or mechanical aids. Long live the donkey!
The highlight of the trip ...