Le Jardin des Douars
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... was the wind. It was great for all the kite surfers and wind surfers zipping back and forth everywhere - almost got hit a few times - but it was tiring fighting the wind and waves paddling in and out. At least there wasnt any rips or anything, just your typical current that pushes you down the beach as you surf. The other thing of note though is that the water here is 67 degrees and the temperature doesn't really deviate throughout the year. But it is still warmer than when ...
... nets or sitting around and talking to each other. It has been to windy for them to go out. Dormant canons are mounted in the ancient walls. The medina of Essaouira is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It's name means planned city. The medina was built with straight main streets, most medinas are built with winding streets. As we entered the main gate from the Harbor there was a huge wide street, with the Ocean on one side. Fishermen ...
... this big time. We spent eight hours on a bus on winding Moroccan roads just to get to Marrakech, then another painful three hours in a taxi stuffed with five other people to get to our destination. Needless to say, we took the train on the way back! Essaouira is known for the huge music festival held there in August and for it's beaches, so it attracts a lot of musicians and surfers. We stayed at the "Woodstock hostel" and it definitely lived up to it's name. ...
... with the slimey buggers! Then there were the monkeys dressed up in clothes and being dragged along on a leash. Made me sad and I wanted to take them all to the congo with me to be friends with Gary and Fifi. So I was rather unimpressed and it was holy **** cold so i found a restaurant and had some tea and tried very hard to waste those hours! In the end i made my way to the train station and wasted the time there. I then spent 10 hours on the train ...
... so it seemed) communication. Akila's son Scott joined in enthusiastically too. No one could work out the secret of the game. It was a good fun evening, that concluded with us lighting candles for George to blow out, again to the sounds of the Happy birthday song.
It was dark now and Scott walked us some of the way home.
Once back, I cooked up a feast which the children and I shared upon our bed.
There was no sign of Jeremy which was a good thing.