Riad Al Madina
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to breathe in the oxygenated air of this wide, sprawling beach that we share with camels, horses and even quad bikes along with the odd tourist and locals, sea birds and dogs who all seem to get on fine as there is plenty of room for us all. One windy day we were entertained by several kite surfers as we sipped our mint tea in one of the beach side cafés and on another day surfers were riding the waves. Today is Sunday and all the local football teams have their space ...
... rooms but extremely private and quiet although right in the centre of the medina and old town. We had to have a porter and cart as we did in Marrakesh to wheel in our luggage winding our way down the souks! Not as confusing as Marakech though! We arrived here at around 330 had a quick cup of mint tea on the roof top terrace and headed out to explore. Decided to walk towards the ocean which was great. Both of us had been feeling ...
... seems to send you exactly who you need at just the right time. I've met Greg who had just finished nine months of hitch-hiking eastern Europe, Russia and Mongolia, Kate who is a solo-traveler and banker from Singapore, Bastion and Aron who are best friends from Holland and had just lived 2 months in Iran and Momo my Moroccan surfing instructor. Yup... I have been bumming around a north African beach, surfing, camel riding, dancing, solving the ...
... to their habit of killing off all the packs of sand dwellers who travelled around with their homes like we are doing (Isabelle, The Life of Isabelle Eberhardt by Annette Kobak). And under the plastic bottle the other essential travelling item, a beautiful book to write travelling paws for thoughts in, from a dear friend who is the mistress of a feline whose garden I once left a smelly offering in (no plastic bottle or bag to hand). ...
... which could have easily fitted 6 people.
When we woke up in the morning we had a set breakfast of orange juice hot chocolate croissants yoghurt and coffee and went into town when we came back we played with the tortoises.
Most of the time I had a sore stomach wich was quite annoying so I couldn't eat much food like crépes and ice ...