Les Mimosas

Rue Ibn Zeidoun, Safi, 46000, Morocco | Hotel

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A travel blog entry by rhyssimpson


... have a look at the lagoons opening to the sea and came across a couple of caves about 30 m away. Unfortunately my eyes were met with the bare backside of a local guy and his wife / mistress / god knows what, going for it in there in broad daylight. As I was paddling back across the lagoon I had to laugh as they emerged in full religious attire. I thought that maybe there is a moroccan "cavies rule", meaning whatever you do in ...

Fleabag hotel stay over

A travel blog entry by raicorosenberg


The way down from Rabat all the way to Safi was not uneventful.. We encountered a head-on collision in the middle of the road then a guy in a small bus in front blew a tyre. We almost crashed into the back! We stopped to help but he was Ok and had all the tools necessary. During the whole time there was lots of thunder out to sea. I later found out that the canary islands had ...

Flat... Pit stop for lunch :(

A travel blog entry by darrenhough74

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We stocked up food at the Marjane in Safi and then continued to Sidi Bouzid where I had scored a few waves on the way down the coast. No such luck today, I knew it would be the case for teh surf forcast but was hoping it was wrong, instead I had to be contented with an ocean view over a late ...

I'm finally surfing!!!!

A travel blog entry by darrenhough74

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... was not our final destination for the day we still had another 150km to drive 2-3 hours. Oh well at least I got wet and I did get some wave and blew the cobwebs off a bit. This break had an extra adrenaline rush when the waves were full like this because you were surfing straight toward the rocks at the base of the cliff and you I had to time turning off the back of the wave before you went splat into ...

A short visit to Safi

A travel blog entry by yorron

Safi is charming Oceanside town with a huge factory obstructing a serious part of the ocean view. Known for its pottery it features a lovely Medina (walled old city) with tiny alleys, pottery shops, fish sandwich stalls, and some of the most beautiful men I've ever seen. In the evening I was sweet-talked by Ahmad, a local who supposedly was charmed by my wearing a djellaba and was going to treat me for tea at a nearby cafe. He ...


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