Moussafir Essaouira Hotel
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... people and this crack up German guy. Went to the beach and tried to buy some stuff but very unsuccessful. Our taxi ride was so late at 9pm at night it was negotiated at 100 dirham when it usually costs us 20. We were so mad cause the driver in the grand taxi took other people half the way. Tara and I did good cop bad cop, me being bad of ...
... remembers that way back then, they smoked the best hashish (which is no longer available today). He kindly obliged to partake in some photos (which he wanted us to share on UTube).
More of just strollling including the beach post lunch.
Dinner at Chalet de la Plage. Not bad. Had Moroccan white wine. Fish soup for starters. We shared a plate of grilled sardines for main. No dessert or coffee. MAD325 (AUD$48).
... increased exchanges with European powers, chose Mogador as his key location. One of his objectives was to establish a harbour at the closest possible point from Marrakesh. The other was to cut off trade from Agadir in the south, which had been favouring political rival of Mohammed III (with thanks to Wikpedia).
Our hotel was pleasant enough but not special was within walking distance of the Medina and the fishing port. So after check-in the bus took us ...
... off to join my children.
Aziz begged me to stay just for one last song so I relented to that. Aziz sang a romantic song as his big brown eyes sought mine. And midway in that song, Jeremy leapt up, and headed for the stairs, saying he was off to bed now. I dashed to Jeremy, and admonished him to not leave me alone, that I myself was retiring to bed. He said I would be fine and continued leaving. I got tough with him, telling him that no, he would be a ...
... at its best!
We have pulled up for the night in the coastal fishing port of El Jadida. It was a Portugese outport in the 16th C, and they built a walled town at the mouth of an estuary. They lost it to the Muslims in the 18th C, so it is now an interesting mixture of the cultures and architecture. The views of the ocean and the fishing port from the ramparts was delightful.
The campground here is the biggest yet, with probably ...