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... don't do alcohol) the coffee is fantastic, the music is great ( Spanish Flamenco guitarist) and Eugene can have his Jamon Iberico and anchovies (not together). The staff have got to know us and joke with us and an interesting group of clients seem to frequent it. Until now, we have had good weather - quite cool in the evenings with jackets and scarves needed but during the day it is just gorgeous. I wear my skirt. Eugene wears his shorts and Tshirt. There ...
... ground we could use, so we headed off there, the wind was blowing a gale, and we had to put tents up in this, well we all did eventually, but it was going to be a windy night, my tent was flapping like a good 'un, one tent blew down, but I think everyone was just too tired to worry about it
All I can say is my tent might have flapped and been noisy, but it stood up to the wind (it was up to 60 mph at times)getting it up was the easy bit, I had to try and get it down now, I ...
... old medina area where we were victims of aggressive rug salesmen, also Argon oil hockers. Apparently you can only get the real Argon oil in Casablanca....I hear they say the same thing in other towns. Perhaps our interpreter was confused bu I swear he said that the goats climb the argon trees and after they eat the tree fruit its taken out of their stomachs. This cant be ...
... Surfing is so much fun when u have someone to do it with, or someone that loves it like u do. Oh wait and when u have ur own board. Najee was super nice, got our number and will take us out tomorrow to for some fun again :) Poor Tara is not well so she is napping and I'm just chilling out. It's so nice here :) Made Tomatoes and cucumbers for lunch with French bread and mint tea. So ...
... This morning we went for a walk to the marina and then on to the fishing harbour. Some local bloke showed us around. Talk about organised chaos. I honestly don't know how they find their boats or how they get out of the harbour.
It was very interesting to watch but not to make a living.
In 2 days we had numerous blackouts a couple of them for 2 hours or more. Makes it very hard to write a blog.