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May 7, 2015
We arrived in Agadir, checked into our huge resort hotel (a room with an ocean view! $50 a night), and spent the next day lounging on the beach or by the pool. Nothing else to report.
Okay, onto Mirleft, 3 hours ...
... sweet but pathologically needy house cat. Dinner was unfortunately a bit disappointing: a beef tagine that we not-so-affectionately dubbed “Moroccan pot roast”, as it lacked the spices that make Moroccan food so delicious. Overall, I think it was excellent choice for a last night, but if I had to do the day over again, I would have opted for a drive through Paradise Valley (northwest of Agadir), rather than along the ...
... and clanging their decks are being overlooked by the canons that have been in place since the time of Portuguese occupation and hosts of wheeling sea gulls fill the air performing their acrobatics on the off shore winds.
So far riding in Morocco has consisted of chaotic maddening traffic in cities and large towns; donkey, sheep and goat avoidance, potholes; broken roads, sand and dust. All the things we quite like and equally dislike when travelling.
... includes the weather) Mauritania and no one want to be caught with any alcohol on board, so all the beer and spirits are being disposed of
None of us has any idea how long this border crossing is going to take, so it’s a case of suck it and see, but we will get across it eventually I hope, this is the same for Mali, no drink allowed, (but to my way of thinking, it does go on, but behind closed doors and in private, if it didn’t I would be very surprised)
The second day we went onto Agadir but didn't stop so no comment except to say it's the surfy town of Morocco. What I saw of it ( a supermarket!!!) didn't do much for me but there looked to be some nice places just north of the city - surfy villages.
Bush camped just north of Tan Tan the second night.
More and more police check points as we head south.