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Travel Blogs from Essaouira
It was less than half an hour up to Essaouira so we were there in no time. Our campsite is about a 30 minute walk along the massive beach to the town. We set up camp then headed along the beach into town. It is slightly cooler here in the mid 20s but the sun is still very hot. Essaouira has a mild climate all year round due to the trade winds from the Atlantic. ...
On Thursday 12 September we drove a little further up the coast to another little surfing village. This one seems a bit newer and all that is here is a massive beach, a couple of restaurants and a couple of hotels. On the beach they offer camel or horse rides. The campsite here isn't very old and is refreshingly clean and the showers have hot water woohoo! Still no ...
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Moroccan Green Tea – sweet green tea can always be relied upon to perk up drooping tails, also effective if blended with a little Early Grey or ripped mint leaves.
Moroccan Lunch – fresh bread rolled in olive oil or jam and oranges for pudding (which I always find impossible to peel ...
What was one thing Jimi Hendrix, Cat Stevens and Frank Zappa all had in common? (Other than the fact they were some of the greatest musical icons of our time).
They all visited the chill sea port of Essaouira in Morocco.
Essaouira had it all. Sun, beach, peace and quiet. It was the perfect place to relax. No more pollution, less touts, hardly any hassles! We thought to ourselves, "this could be our last opportunity to ...
... for travel sickness, he has fared quite well on such a winding road.
Along the way we pass farms with Argan trees, but unfortunately because it is afternoon we do not see "goats in trees". We also stop at an Women run Argan oil co-operative. The women first crack the shells with sharp stones. They then place the kernels between two Flintstone-size slabs of rock, grinding them into a brown paste, which resembles chunky peanut butter. The ...