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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa maison des artistes Essaouira
Quite run down, very atmospheric, lovely feel though with fun furniture, great view of the ramparts, but too many stairs to climb if they make you at all dizzy!
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... could admire, handle and even ask the price of goods in the shop quite untroubled. If we did query the cost of the item, it was merely conveyed to us with a smile - there was no pressure at all to buy anything. Add to this the fixed prices which negate the need for the haggling (down to 20 dirham or so) that tourists can often find so intimidating, and that prices are incredibly low in comparison to the workshops in Marrakech or other cities in the country, and you have a true ...
24 November Marrakesh
We left our campsite at Marrakesh about 10am, the rain just started again, there was no point in having the sides down, so everyone dozed or read/listened to books/music
We stopped off at the market, I was on cook group again, so it was hunt the meal again, we decided to d9o what we do best and stuck with our last meal it went down well, had empty pots, so ...
... to us before. Hamid has to show numerous documents, and then get out and randomly find the hammer, the first aid kit, the safety vest and the fire extinguisher that he's required to have in the car as a tour guide. He says the police love to try to intimidate people, they ask for bribes, and they hassle tour guides but not similar cars because they might be driven by government officials! Tour guide cars have a yellow sticker. He always gives them back plenty of talk but ...
... I am envious as the waves are bigger today and swimmers are having a fine time riding the waves. Meanwhile, young men hop on and off their surf boards strutting their stuff with a showy display of their surfing prowess. Nevertheless, I enjoy our splash from one end of beach to the other and back again. It's definitely warmer today.
It's time for dinner, but not before we return to watch the sun set over the ramparts for the final time. Tomorrow we must return to ...
... would be there cheering you on.
After enjoying the relaxed feel that was Essauira we headed back towards our hotel. With one more stop along the way - Camel riding. We managed to talk them into cutting the length of the ride and the price before we took them up on the offer. It was the weirdest feeling when the camel stood up. They stand up with their back legs first so ...