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... outdoor eating places, this is where we had the great meal, fish tajine and BBQ sardines with lovely bread, dip and great company. It was very busy and full of locals and the food piping hot.
We sat down at a long bench and the lovely Moroccan man beside us helped us with our table etiquette as we were trying eat the sardines with a fork and he advised that you remove the skin, separate the fillets from the bones and just use your ...
Our journey and arrival in Agadir wasn't a pleasant one. The bad news started when our coach broke down which meant we had to sit around for 2 hours while another turned up one saving grace was that a cafe had wifi and we got to listen to the football that was on. This delay led to us arriving at Agadir much later then planned late in the evening with no plans as we thought we would have all afternoon to figure something out. To make matters worse it ...
... had been and oh so different for Heure Bleue in Essaouira. We were certainly getting variety.......but it gets better. When our room was finally ready we were told to go and pay the cashier before even seeing it! Our check in staff member just gawked when he saw my Australian Passport and exclaimed that he had never seen one of those before. I thought he was going to keep it as a souvenir. But on the upside, motel style room 1133 is big, it is warm, the water is ...
... curves around to the other. There are all types of breaks here, on weekends many come but during the week only locals hit the waves. I found a fella who introduced me to another fella to rent one if his takayama SUP boards which I had a go on today. It's so jive to be in the water with few people. This is a surf trip id love to take with my surfing sisters. Bring out own boards (it's not developed enough here to rent A good one) rent a car and stay and just camp up and down ...
... still with that same crazy drive to play music all around the world.
I continue on south through the same area I hiked through back in 1996. Back then, there were just empty streets and electric lines—not a single house. And I thought “Somebody’s got way too much faith… there’s no way this area is all going to fill up with houses!” Well, now there’s hardly an empty lot in sight, and on the other side ...