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... but really, just to inspect my new hairstyle ....
Thursday, 15th May - last day in Agadir! Ali, Marlene's vet, who had taken care of Tara whilst we were touring the desert, and who put her to sleep, called for a coffee. Marlene had ...
For instance, she is just about as discreet and private as these moroccan goats are: you need a magnifying glass to spot them amongst the foliage of the argan tree!
Several flocks of sheep cross our road before we regained the town of Agadir.
Thank you Marlene and Ahmed for an unforgettable adventure.
I also very much ...
... our luggage for our adventure into the moroccan desert! Early night - around 11pm.
A journey is best measured in friends, not in miles.
... for the nice woman doing henna painting we met the day before. We found her and negotiated a deal. She did a stunning job on Dorrie and Alta's hands with black ink, covering up the awful, sloppy job they got in Marrakech. Jed got his name written in Arabic on the inside of his right forearm. He says it's 'beast'. So if you happen to be in Agadir looking for an exceptionally talented henna artist, look for Ghazlan ...
... women and the water was actually quite beautiful, it's rare to see women fully covered by the ocean.
Honestly, this isn't a very exciting post! We took a day to relax on the beach, play in the water and we also ate at McDonald's since it was right on the beach. We had a great time, but I don't remember seeing any sights. I'm sure Agadir has more to offer but we didn't venture much. The next few days would be quite exciting though, so stay tuned!