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... the evenings entertainment was gearing up a notch with screams and clapping at what looked like a strong man show! And the only place to get internet connection was - in the foyer. There was no where to escape the noise and the rabble and hardly anywhere to sit. We tried to log on to the internet but to no avail. Our first day in Agadir was not so good. How was I going to cope with five days of this? Even Eugene began to show signs of distress. The next morning ...
... go and chop em up with the chainsaw, we got there, saw, axes, and the chainsaw was got out and we all set to getting all this wood, things were going well until a policeman arrived, we all stopped and he started to tell us this was the Kings timber and we didn’t have permission to cut it up (a lot had been cut up and put on the truck anyway) we had to stop (I thought we would be doing him a favour getting rid of the fallen trees for him)
So it was back on the ...
We toured the Hassan II mosque first thing on our day in Casablanca. It can hold 25,000 people inside and countless more on the grounds. It is massive and is a billion dollar structure. Italian marble, 53 giant crystal chandeliers, The roof opens for ventilation like Cowboy's stadium. There are lovely spa like washing areas in the basement where worshipers must ...
Had a late start to the day, was good to just take it easy and not rush around. Tara and I walked along the beach south towards banana point. Met this guy on the wAy, he was paddling out on his NSP racing SUP and offered to let us have ago in his other boards when we walked back. We walked down along the water. Some nice beach breaks and plenty of Moroccans out in the water which was ...
... who looks older and with fewer teeth but we have a friendly chat together. He shows me a picture of his daughter asking if I know of a good “Muslim foreigner” who might like to marry her…
Then there’s a guy I really want to see: Mohammed, the Saharawi from Boujdour who runs a herb shop scam. Fake guides bring in unwary tourists and he sells them fake herbal remedies (he offered me a job back in the day, offering me 50% ...