Riad Al Madina
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... far as we could see. Nestled in this surroundings was a small argan oil producer, where we were shown how the oil is extracted from the nut. Five ladies, dressed in the traditional coloured robes, sat on the floor, carrying out what looked like back breaking work. The argan nut is surrounded by a thick, green, fleshy pulp, which contains a kernel inside. They used two small rocks, pressing the two together like an anvil and hammer, cracking the nut until ...
... very little, no fallen trees, just twigs and small sticks, while some were out doing that, we put the tarp up
Joe and Steve have now gone one step further making this an adventure, we now have a fire group, their job is to get a fire going before the cook group start, no mean feat in this rain tonight
The tarp was up and we could start dinner, while the fire group ...
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"I had to spend another day here. We were originally scheduled to leave yesterday morning, but I wanted to see more. I'm now on my way to Casablanca for a night.
Essaouira has been my favorite city in Morocco thus far. There's an easiness unfelt in other areas. The shop keepers say their hellos, but let you do as you will without giving you a hassle.
Lots of women here in Essaouira seem to enjoy their mustaches. I've seen women with a full 36 hour shadow. Maybe the light is bad here in the bathrooms, maybe they don't sell tweezers or wax in Morocco, but it seems to be the trend. In case you were all worried, I've no intention of joining the bandwagon.
Did you ever notice that seagulls sound like crying children, or bleating goats (do goats bleat or is that only sheep), or screaming camels? I ...
... town are quite nice.
Essaouira is very popular with windsurfers and surfers alike. It is always windy here.
Today is our last day in Essaouira. Just taking it nice and easy, strolling around and enjoying the medina.The Berber shopkeeper only allowed me to take a photo of him if we bought something.So now Fran has a new pair of earrings. We really loved our stay here. It's a laid back introduction to Morocco before we hit hectic Marrakech tomorrow.