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... by children or children themselves, thus no school. The illiteracy rate here in the country is apparently quite high, as much as 80 to 90 percent in outlying areas. In many places women have to carry water to the homes, and we saw many stooped over carrying huge sacks of crops such as wheat. Some are fortunate enough to own a mule or two and these are their form of transport. Even in the cities you often see a man on a cart being pulled by a mule with ...
We packed up and left Kasbah Tamadot today heading towards Oualidia. This is where we will spend our final 2 nights in Morocco. The idea being to have a couple of days relaxing in the sun. Rachel chose this specially for us, it's in a private area and is supposed to be beautiful. Ok, I admit it, it's superb. La sultana is by the sea and so beautiful. I'll let the photos speak ...
The guide does us proud again and another canpsite has been bulldozed. everyone hassles us for a bit and offers us crabs and oysters and continues to repeat that despite it being ok for campervans to park up we're not allowed. then arrives some other person and offers us his garden. we reckon this is the best option so figure we'll sleep there. It's a nice garden and has a table! the level of being sold stuff has stepped up ...
The second day while in Qualidia, we went to a place called Surfland to find an instructor to teach us how to surf. I was sick the first day, but the next day I took a lesson and tried to surf. After a couple waves, I got really good and started to high-five my Dad when I was on the waves. I also could lay down on the surfboard and try other tricks. I wanted bigger waves even though ...
... sending them off to Marrakech, I successfully
wasted the day again. Eating freshly caught and grilled fish, chatting
by the beach and online researching my next steps.
- Last night was rather cool. One of the surfer dudes, Otshin (not sure
how he spells it), fed me Tagine and tropical flavoured pop by candle
light at the beach. This might sound erroneously romantic or possibly
even stupid, but hear me out. He is a young local that is looking ...