Riad Al Zahia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... decorate. I walk out with a Tagine and a plate which I later have to think about transporting on the plane. You will see from my previous tagine pics there is a method to the dish. All of the meat and vegetables are evenly distributed around the dish so that each person gets an equal share. Eventually we arrive in Essaouira, go for a drive then to an awful seafood place for dinner - we shall scratch that one from the ...
... to be used for cosmetics they are pulverized and the oil comes out. After roasting the seeds that produce the cooking oil are pulverized as well. Argon oil is a key product in expensive moisturizers and cosmetics. Since it was Tuesday we were able to go to a local town market that only takes place on Tuesdays and Sundays. Very few women go. The men arrived on donkeys or horse or donkey drawn carts. Produce, animals, ...
... blue, and they hardly seem sturdy enough to head 80km out into the ocean. Earlier in the evening we walked around the medina wall to discover the great views of the ocean and look back over the medina and the UNESCO World Heritage listed Skala of the Kasbah and Northern Bastion.
... into the desert.
Out of the desert the next day and not very much riding. We did ride from the main road turnoff to our hotel, passing the UNESCO Heritage site of Ait-Benhaddou, which we visited the next day. The traffic on the stretch to the site was not great, with cross-winds, narrow roads, and lots of traffic - including massive tour busses trying to push us to the side of the road. Did I mention the road had a massive ...
... Aziz said he would have welcomed us as guests in his own home even, but was renting it out right now to some Japanese tourists.
Seeing Jeremys reluctance Aziz proposed that he himself rent the apartment with me. But Jeremy was having none of that, and so the deal was sealed.
Now we had our own home in Essaouira, a bit of a groggy house in a small alleyway of the medina, which we now discovered we were sharing with two Polish lads, Philip and Hubert. ...