Travel Blogs from Agadir
... our luggage for our adventure into the moroccan desert! Early night - around 11pm.
A journey is best measured in friends, not in miles.
... wash - not so yum and the pastries were actually more like shortbread biscuits.
Next came the issue of packing the rucksack again in preparation for our departure. We have to be out of the room before breakfast and yet we have a morning to catch our final few waves before we head to the airport so what to keep out? Hopefully I've not put anything needed to the bottom of the ...
As per my previous blogs it was up and early for yoga this morning followed by breakfast and then down to the beach for surfing.
Red the instructor has now taken to referring to me simply as 'Guernsey' now much to everyone's amusement.
Decided to have a day off from surfing due to sunburn and various other aches and pains so chilled on the beach for the day.
Yoga in ...
Today was supposed to rain; thankfully there was little of that though!
I headed off on the number 32 city bus to a town called Taghazout. I ended up running into two guys at the bus who were heading the same way. They showed me the beach; its a big surfers draw; we had something to eat and then strolled about 4 km to Banana Beach. another really chilled out ...
The 'local bus' that we take from Marrakech to Agadir is boiling hot and is meant to take only 4 hours but takes 5 and a half. To make things even worse, the bus stops short of where the driver told us it ends, so we have to take a further taxi into Agadir.
Once in the town, we find a hotel that is only a couple of blocks back from the beach and ...