Residence Yasmina Agadir
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... Regulus, one of the stars we have been observing the night in the bivouac, is one of 4 royal stars of the persians 5'000 years ago. Today, it forms together with Arcturus and Spica the spring triangle. Regulus is situated about 77,5 light years away from our planet.
Life continues. Chléo in any case quickly got used to assuming the role of head of the family.
Saturday 10th we first went into ...
... not been too impressed by the service.
The place itself is quite unique, at least during dry periods .... I can't quite imagine staying there myself, certainly not during the rainy season .... It's OK for mud bath addicts though, and people that do not mind sleeping in a giant crypt!
In Tata we enjoy a "Nos Nos" and take ...
... of Marlene's, Tati (Annie), who just moved into a large property on the outskirts of the city, invited us to lunch. The meal, French (Belgian) fries included, was prepared by Olivier, Sergio and Noah (Esther's son), a delicious chocolate mousse had been prepared by Esther. What more do you want? We all enjoyed an afternoon filled with fun and laughter and even a yoga lesson.
In the evening, ...
... I woke up with the stomach virus previously 'enjoyed' by Jacqui and was done for the count. Begging off of the day's activities I retreated to our room with the sound of the surf in my ears and tried to rid the dreaded bugs by rest. Alas, although controllable, not gone the next day when, yes, back on the bus to Essaouira.
Jacqui proceeded on the tour and enjoyed the fruit and vegetable market, finding it to be one of the most beautiful seen in ...
... we had such a warm feeling from the people; it was beautiful humanity.
I felt like we were turning our backs on this country by leaving, but we had to move on, and the rest stop of the resort was an ideal situation for the family. Literally speaking, we were still in Morocco, but in every sense of the situation, we had left.