Le Jardin des Douars
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the morning on the beach, though no sunbeds today and we discovered that it actually is quite unpleasant to lie on the beach in Essaouira as that strong wind blows the sand right at you and sometimes feels like it's trying to blow it through you as well. The bus ride was only eventful only in that it left of time and arrived earlier than expected. Arriving in Marrakech knowing where we were and where we were going and how much it should cost made all the difference and ...
The walls of Essaouira's medina surround a vibrant mishmash of old and new. The ocean air ravages painted walls and corrodes bicycles and any metal items instantly. Characteristic of Moroccan medinas, it has a complex maze of narrow lanes. No motorized vehicles are allowed and mostly adhered to. But bikes snake ...
... a single person who can speak a word of Ukrainian. This tactic was fine for a short time until I had to string on a lie as more people began to enter the shop I was in. When I wasn't being bothered by someone trying to get me into their shop, which was about 90 percent of the time, I got lost in the streets, wandering off to areas that looked empty and then turned up being full of little treasures and empty of tourist. One place in particular I stumbled upon was somewhere ...
... I could even see blue light in his aura. He was cosmic and crazy as he told me of the kundalini rushes he was experiencing. Yes, it was happening, and it was something he never knew how to handle so well which was why he came across as doollally to everyone. He told me I was the only one he could speak to about such things. No one else would be capable of understanding, he said.
He talked about this riad being the House of Song, and of how it ...
... I had were with two women. One was the mother of a friend. She is an educated woman and we were able to converse. The second was with an older woman on a bus. She wanted me to sit next to her, during the 6 hours we would share together. She did not speak my languages and I did not speak hers. The 25 words I knew in arabic, I proudly presented in the first 25 minutes of the journey ;) (Hi! how are you? I am god, thank you. I am happy here in Morocco. I am hungry. ...