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Travel Blogs from Sidi Ifni
... had a great time and the teachers thanked us for stopping by.
We were done after that, so we ate lunch while parked in the church parking lot and tried to find a thrift store along our route to Beecher, IL, but to no avail. Thankfully there was a Pilot truck stop only 30 minutes away along our route that had a dumping station, so we took care of business there and made our way to Beecher. ...
... 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 ...
The night I went fishing with Hader and Ibrahim was one of the most beautiful experienses of my life. They waited for me at a shallow cave a few yards above the dark beach, where Ibrahim cooked us a lovely lamb tajine. When they went fishing I stayed in the cave and meditated for a while. Afterwards I laid on the beach and looked at the most amazing display of stars I've ever seen and ...
Today I woke up wondering if it was time to move on. The last few days in Sidi Ifni were so extraordinary I doubted I could have even more incredible experiences here. So I decided to take a last walk on the beach before packing and moving on to Fez. On the beautiful, almost completely deserted beach I walked slowly and followed my breath and a smile appeared on my face. There were a few locals and a couple tourists peppered along the vast beach. The scenery here ...