Travel Blogs from Sidi Ifni
... it's so exhilerating to cruise with Tortheus through this offroad paradise!! at times challenging for men and machine. Tortheus hasn't complained at all till now, it's only me being totally exhausted after a day of driving and navigating through the deserts. but it's this sort of content exhaustion you get after a amazing day. so you won't hear any complaints from me either.
but this country not only inhabitates birds, camels and my beloved donkeys, ...
Beth had to take off after this morning, so she un-make-up-ed (I'm not entirely sure that’s a word, but it is right now!), we said our goodbyes, and took off for Watseka. We were meeting up with Sara, who works in the same office as our sponsor contact (he was out of town and unable to meet us today), at the local library for the first show. She arrived just as John was starting, so we said some ...
... south we had observed a small obscure French supermarket down a
side road, so this time we stopped and found that they did not stock
bread, vegetables, or very much in the way of cold meats. Obviously you
go to other trades or shops for these items. Then we carried on out to
the sea to Timslitt and a campground that we observed as were travelling
south, were the only ones here although we did see another motorhome on
the road earlier today the ...
... in New Zealand when we used to be able to do this and of course now you need a resource consent to probably remove a bucket load.
When we got to Guelmim we promptly got lost, the road signs which have been so good it will now disappeared off what was apparently the main road, and we had to do a left turn down a non-descript Road before we saw the next roadside and we wanted on a
Occasionally at the correct time of day we see ...
Sidi Ifni is an unexpected gem that is so precious to me there's a part of me that is hesitant to tell others about it, as when droves of tourists discover a new destination, the character of the place is inevitably altered. And yet, from the space of abundance and generosity that I aspire to reside in, I will joyfully share with you a few of the many treasures I found here. The town started as a Spanish outpost, who built here a beautifully simple yet inspiring town on a ...