Travel Blogs from Oualidia
Senor Ferrari: Might as well be frank, monsieur. It would take a miracle to get you out of Casablanca, and the Germans have outlawed miracles. Wendy: I have ways of working around these Germans, monsieur. Leave it to me. We left Casa via CMT bus for the trip to Oualidia, where, with a population of around 4000, there is little to do except relax, …
... tour and ensures we come back to his cave for a tea; he then unfolds his stash of photos and newspaper articles that review their cave experiences with Mustaffa. he then insists on massaging us, what was an innocent attenpt to embrace morrocan culture is slightly being exagerated. we make a hasty exit out of his cave unfortunately despensing of all our change that amounts to about a pound! note to self no more cave tours.
... were 1-2 meters high.
The next day, we rented 3 boogie-boards at really nice guy's place. They were a blast! I also got really good waves and I felt good at it. On a normal wave, I might go 75 meters at least!! Some of the waves were even 3 meters tall!!!
I have had a blast learning to surf and wish you were all here, too.
After spending my first (ever! i think) night in a proper hostel, I
made my way to Morocco, where I decided to go a few weeks early to
catch my brother and his girl friend. Barely slept at the Madrid
hostel, even though it was quite comfy. It felt strange being alone
again. What social beings we are! Or well, I am anyhow. It was so easy
to get used to company, even though I enjoyed the alone time prior.
Arrived in Marrakech and from there it ...
... with moisture. I fell asleep like a rock as i didnt get much sleep the previous night on the bus.
Woke up at about 8am and walked around to find the bus station. Got a bit lost through the tight medina mazes but found the ancient portuguese cathedral. Very tiny place! then walked some 30mins to find the main bus station. I was lucky as the next bus back to Essaouira was ...