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Travel Blogs from Essaouira
... roof terrace closed in order to prevent the cats from getting in. One of them was a dead ringer for our cat, Zeke, but we managed to get out of there without Olivia stuffing him in her suitcase.
Regretfully bidding farewell to Essaouira, we hit the road for a series of transit days – a night back in Marrakech, then two nights in Casablanca, where we were joined by my parents, who will be travelling with us for five weeks in Morocco and ...
... to, and others which we try and avoid.
Namely 'Smile'. Smile loves Charly and has a habit of just appearing
out of nowhere, even when we are looking out for him!
There is not much for us to do here,
and we cant just have a nice, quiet, relaxing walk because we are
hounded, we cant sunbathe due to the problems described above and we
cant swim as the water is very cold. We are now spending our evenings
watching films inside the hotel room.
Now it ...
... before we eventually got her free. Hooray. What to do except build a big fire and have a couple of drinks...that always helps.
We got into Essaouira well before lunch and scared the bejeezus out of all the campers in the very small campground about 2km out of town. It was fairly obvious from their horrified faces as the truck rolled in that the reputation of Overland trucks had them expecting us to completely disrupt any peace and serenity they all ...
... back to Marrakech, so Ahmagi, Mary, and I stood on the terrace and talked for a little while. After a little while, we parted ways with Mary and headed back to our hotel.
With the sun down, the main street of the medina became alive with locals looking to buy food to prepare their dinners. Produce stands lined with the street, as well as cafes, and little trinket shops. On the way to our hotel, Ahmagi continued to show me the ...
... any shopping we needed to do here - as the word on Marakech was that shopping there is a nightmare. We were very sad to leave Essaouira and both agreed we would be back one day to have a relaxing break by the sea and visit Omar!
Our favourite little town saw the celebration of Mel's 40th birthday... marking the 3rd birthday in 2 ...