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... this part of Morroco, was that we never felt threatened. A store owner even said Shalom to me! Women dress in either western clothes or colorful caftans. All wear head scarfs. I only saw one black burka. We saw a bunch of teens riding their bikes home from school. Boys and girls rode in separate groups, but were laughing and happy. Our tour guide told us that 37% of the University population is female. 11% of government positions are held by women! When we returned to ...
We waved Essaouira goodbye and jumped on the bus south to another tourist hotspot on the coast, Agadir. As a modern city with no old town or Medina it was a different vibe around Agadir. Resorts, shops and restaurants dominated the town with a LA like boulevard to match. Arriving late in the afternoon we grabbed some dinner at the English Pub and headed down along the boulevard to take in the site and sounds of Agadir ...
Up early for us to have breakfast. Made it to breakfast in the conservatory as we'd set our alarms as we'd agreed to go off the boat with Clive and Patricia, two of our table companions, and were meeting them at 9.30. Free shuttle bus into town. After we'd got past the persistent taxi drivers we had a pleasant stroll. George bought me the compulsory handbag and a silver and coral necklace for our ...
... abstain from food and drink during daylight in Ramadan,
but many workers nevertheless continued to fast. Disease and rats became a problem, alone with those human rats, looters. They dumped quicklime and DDT to control the pests and shot the looters on site. Eventually they decided to declare the whole town a cemetery and rebuilt the town in its current location.
It is a very popular tourist designation then and now, with beautiful hotels and beaches.
... been overly optimistic. Positives: elbow holding up, getting better at choosing waves for their size and timing rather than aesthetic value and because I was tired of paddling, no problems getting up. Negatives: definitively confirmed my suspicion that surfing is really hard.
One last hand signal - looking downward, palm to forehead as head is slowly shaken from side to side, meaning "you really don't get it, do you?" Not to be confused with a ...