El Pueblo Tamlelt
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... the old staircase, We had a great view of the city. All along the road were sheep and goats. The goats actually climb trees to eat the Argan fruit! We then entered the maze of streets and stores known as the souk. Spices, meat, and goods abound. I rolled up my sleeves for a good round of negotiating. I knew I had done well, when a store owner chased me down the street three times to bargain. When I saw a tear in his eye, I knew it was a good deal! The good ...
... Saturday night. The next day we relaxed around Agadir, checking out the free bird valley park before another quiet night. On the Monday we decided to jump on a local bus up to the popular little surf town of Taghazout. Unfortunately the waves were nowhere to be found today but a dip in the Atlantic and some good lunch at a local restaurant meant the day was not a waste. An uneventful but relaxing couple of days in ...
... promenade for the tourists. I arrange for an early morning run along this the following morning with Nicole. There are a few people about, some fully covered in those park stationary cardio machines. In general this area is known to be more 'western' than other parts of the country. We spend pretty much the whole day relaxing by the beach and swimming in the Atlantic. Our hotel here is also quite nice with a great pool. I don't feel like I am in Morocco ...
... our luggage for our adventure into the moroccan desert! Early night - around 11pm.
A journey is best measured in friends, not in miles.
... They continued on to a fantastic view of the city and the fishing ports. Saw the ruins of the earlier city completely destroyed by an earthquake on February 29, 1960, killing a third of the population and most of the fire fighters, destroying the water and sewer systems, temperatures were in the 40's, to complicate things further it was day three of Ramadan. The King, as the head Imam, he gave special dispensation to rescue workers to set aside the