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Travel Blogs from Essaouira
... passed all sorts of different scenery along the way from green fields to barren desert before arriving at the beach. Two interesting things stand out about our trip there. The first was the sight of goats standing on the high branches in the Argan trees eating the leaves. The primary teachers amongst us could remember reading a children's story book about this but the sight was still amazing!
The second was the police ...
... same) but we have both, on separate occasions been sexually
My advise, if you are looking to come
to Essaouira, Marrakech or Morocco in general is thus:
1) Take a man2) Take a man3) Covering up makes no difference, but
if you don't care about getting a tan, cover EVERYTHING (inc your
face!!), especially if you are pretty!4) Ignore everyone shouting to you. Do
not stop, do not give them the light of day (unless you actually want
... Gnawa festival. A fusion of African beats and modern sounds. We made sure we stopped in and picked up a handful of new CD’s. Tim also purchased some basics for the planned fancy dress party, making sure they could be used again. A long sleeved, light coloured, local style shirt (bargained down from 30 to 10 Euro) and a pair of local slippers...both to complement one of my sarongs around his head as Ali Baba.
We wandered back out to the ...
... wine. As the evening passed on, I thoroughly enjoyed the conversation and the guacamole and the relaxed carefree atmosphere of the hotel.
When I woke up this morning, I was totally unsure of how the day would turn out. But, I could never had imagined that my day would have ended up as it did. I had a completely full day of meeting new friends, enjoying meaningful conversations, and a beautiful sunset to top it off. It was a good day.
... made of sand - Jimi Hendrix Experience". The Jimi Hendrix Experience was a small village nearby, where Jimi is said to have hung out. We walked there (along the beach, through some woods, got lost, over a fence, through the construction site, past the surprised guard) and found it very empty. There was one dirty cafe dripping in murals of Jimi Hendrix, a kiosk, and a few workers from the construction site. This is where we first noticed the Moroccan ...