Travel Blogs from Oualidia
... being offered mainly sea items; fish, crabs, oysters, spikey things; then on to quad bikes, kite sufing, grilled chicken morrocan salad on the beach. We get confused when asked how much weight of chicken we want so avoid this. I'm yet to see my bike ride past me so hopefully it's still in someones back garden. Our profiteering host makes us a tagine and we also stumble across the infamous Mustaffa on the beach. He insists on ...
The second day while in Qualidia, we went to a place called Surfland to find an instructor to teach us how to surf. I was sick the first day, but the next day I took a lesson and tried to surf. After a couple waves, I got really good and started to high-five my Dad when I was on the waves. I also could lay down on the surfboard and try other tricks. I wanted bigger waves even though ...
... over 6 hours via
multiple buses to get to the tiny beach/surf town of Oualidia. And what
a bus ride! This is where my adventures really began. Here are the
- Managed to get from the airport to the bus station fine with enough English speaking people, though not the most friendly.
- At the bus station had one guy with broken English get me on the
right bus. Somehow, he must have passed along where I need to go.
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 ...
... anymore. When we get to Essaouira we can pick up a few.
At a big town called Safi we make a stop at a panoramic viewpoint and a street vendor approaches me, a little girl whose name ive forgotten. I manage to exchange some words in basic Arabic and i give her a 1euro coin as a souvenir, she is all smiles and gives me a packet of chewing gum
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed