Moussafir Essaouira Hotel
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... br> We made a mental note to return later, and continued on, stopping for a while to admire the huge tolerance gate - a striking arch which bears the symbols of Jewish, Christian and Muslim faiths, and serves as a reminder of the accepting nature of the city. Here, Jews were given huge tax reliefs for setting up business here, and the city still has a functioning synagogue, as well as two that are currently being restored. Catholicism too, found acceptance here, the ...
... from a repeat visiting French kite surfing fanatic, that the wind rages more often than not and a strong wind is good. Gusty wind, like today, is bad. We see many wanna-be kite surfers out with instructors. Quad bike and camel rides are also available on the beach.
The rest of the town, which I may add, is not very attractive, is north of the medina. We ventured out several times and had some new ...
... passed all sorts of different scenery along the way from green fields to barren desert before arriving at the beach. Two interesting things stand out about our trip there. The first was the sight of goats standing on the high branches in the Argan trees eating the leaves. The primary teachers amongst us could remember reading a children's story book about this but the sight was still amazing!
The second was the police ...
... we have made it though the medina
and down to the beach, we spend quite a lot of our time sitting on
the wall next to the beach or just walking along the beach and back
again. Hats off to the crazy people who somehow manage to lay and
sunbathe on the beach because this is near impossible.
The wind is SO strong, it is near
******n impossible to get your towel on the sand and it not blow away
in the process. If you have managed to achieve this, then ...
... programmed by Jews.
-- Flashback: The previous day, in Laayoune, a philosophical Muslim had invited me into his house for a meal and conversation.
-- Young Moncef Doudou thought Jews had caused the economic crisis. He wondered why they'd been given Palestine for their new country, not somewhere - for example - in the United States? He suspected Jews, and the United States, were against Muslims. He loved ...