Domaine de l'Arganeraie
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... had basically decided that we would switch to a new hostel which must have been apparent on our faces and I believe some of the other guests on our floor must have complained as on our way put to breakfast we were asked if we would prefer to move to a room upstairs. We talked it over after breakfast and decided that a move upstairs was easier than a move to a new hostel. After sorting all that we made our way down to the beach for some sun and surf. The beach at ...
... to mention that if you were looking at my foot wear you would have noticed it was the size of a camel’s foot. This is how to annoy me. I’m not sorry we went; we later watched an old Tony Randal movie, “Our Man in Marrakech” and really enjoyed seeing all the familiar places in the hotel. But, I’m much happier that we stayed were we did.
22nd November We submitted our passports for visas at the Guinean embassy in Rabat, then returned to our bushcamp.
23rd November We got our passports back with our Guinean visas, then drove to the Ivory Coast embassy to submit our passports for visas. This involved us having our fingerprints and photos taken, and our application form data being transferred onto a computer & sent to Ivory Coast for approval. Not everyone was able to go ...
... beach, they let us know that the conditions would be no good anywhere near on the coast because of the wind. Had another look into the conditions for kiting, but on looking at some of the people out on the water struggling, decided to give it a miss, and to find somewhere else along our route. Second time the weather hasn’t come to the party. Last time we spent a week at Mui Ne in Vietnam, with no wind at all, and this time the opposite. Third time lucky eh.
The girls worked on their grades throughout the week to try to get them up to a respectable level. Through the first month or so of online schooling their grades had been suffering, partly because they were distracted with their surroundings, but also because the online school they were taking was difficult to figure out, and the routine did not make a whole lot of sense to them. One of the requirements was for them to contact an instructor every week so that they can iron ...