La Sultana Oualidia
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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 ...
... 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 ...
... away. Got a ticket for 30Dh and Jumped on.
On the bus i got the Ipod and headphones out to entertain myself and my neighbour, an elderly Moroccan man was very eager to watch "sherlock holmes" with me. I shared the film and it was very entertaining to watch the old man twiddle his thumbs with delight when there was a scene of a lady undressing herself! yet nothing was revealed..
... opens up and it starts pouring down with rain. We also hear some thunder in the distance. Quite a pleasant change actually!
After a short while we decide to head off to Essaouira and back on the long country road...
I hear several canarian radio stations (calima, SER, faycan..) but as we head further down the clouds clear up and i cant ...