Le Jardin des Douars
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... scarfs before we could face the cold! We set off for the wall that surrounds the medina and that faces out to sea and found a lovely little nook to tuck ourselves into where we watched the sun go down. It was a magical experience. We were minimally bothered and some of the local guys rocked up with a guitar and were singing and playing and it was just lovely. When the sun had set it got even colder so we made our way to the Riad of the guy from the bus stop and had ...
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 ...
... and pay them a few Durham. We stopped and even got to have a baby goat in the van with us. Can you believe that was a first for our tour guide? Geez! Next stop was a women’s co-op what demonstrates how they process the nut inside the fruit to get the oil. Besides testing the oils and lotions we got to taste the “honey” and paste they make. It tasted like a ...
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Morocco is a whole different kettle of fish. Marrakesh is still amazing. We managed to not get run over in Jamaa El Fna, the main square, which is a hive of activity all the time, particularly at
night. At all times of the day you have to dodge snake charmers, African dancers, donkeys, horses, monkeys, motorbikes, pushbikes and the odd car. You definitely have to have your wits about you. The souks are as always amazing, the ...
... Tracey Chapman back the next year. A lot of websites say this is all a myth, but the small village surely believes it, with a Jimi Hendrix Café at the entrance. We stopped for an overpriced drink, before walking back up through the dunes and beach whilst getting a skin removal treatment thanks to the sand and wind. We were thinking of doing a surf trip tomorrow for Shelley’s birthday (I only suggested it, she was actually keen!), but on talking to some of the surf shops ...