Riad Al Zahia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... on the beach and the game is on. But when the tide comes in they quickly disappear home for lunch. After our walk we usually head to the Harbour which is truly a working Fisherman's harbour and one which I haven't fully seen in operation to date because of the stormy, rainy weather. But despite little activity in the harbour there is a great feel to this heart of the town and its thriving economy of fish. The boats are tied up - tug boats, rowing boats, boats in the dry dock ...
... achey from the high altitude so the long walk along the ocean was wonderful. We walked 5kms there and back past all the big hotels and headed towards where they have horses and camels on the beach and in doing so found a couple of beach side bars. Bars and alcohol have been pretty much non existent. Anyway both enjoyed a very cold Casablanca beer! It was extremely relaxed and very enjoyable. Everywhere throughout Morroco you are ...
... and taking in the local scene. Last night, as a group of 6 (2 locals and 4 travelers) we met for dinner and the treat was that we would purchase our meal ingredients in the market and then have them prepared for us at a local kitchen. We sat on the rooftop of the kitchen and waited for our bread, vegetables and assorted Moroccan meats to arrive. Once it did, we ate without cutlery and almost in silence as it was so delicious. After we'd inhaled our ...
... to fame lies with Orson Wells' filming of Othello is a really interesting and atmospheric place. It was here that the film's opening shot featured Iago dangled from the city walls. We are glad we have chosen this town to end our journey in Morocco. Like most Moroccan towns we have encountered, it is a labyrinth of streets. But for seasoned travellers (like us :-) ) who have already taken on the challenge of Fes and eventually conquered, it is a doddle. We wander through ...
What was one thing Jimi Hendrix, Cat Stevens and Frank Zappa all had in common? (Other than the fact they were some of the greatest musical icons of our time).
They all visited the chill sea port of Essaouira in Morocco.
Essaouira had it all. Sun, beach, peace and quiet. It was the perfect place to relax. No more pollution, less touts, hardly any hassles! We thought to ourselves, "this could be our last opportunity to ...