Riad Al Zahia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of a watchtower which is falling into the sea. Hendix is supposed to have been inspired to write "Castles made of sand" from his visit to the ruins, despite the song having been written prior to his visit...
Despite this the beach is great to explore we found an old castle in the sand dunes and tried to name all the features of coastal erosion and deposition we could see from leaving cert geography (i got extra points for long shore drift!). ...
... cent tip ;) without fuss.
We quickly fell into a comfortable lazy routine. We'd find our favorite stall to buy our olives and fruit, and our favorite places to eat and terraces to hang out upon.
We found a leather shop, with beautiful supple lamb skin jackets, and I we ordered a custom sized purse for my iPad Mini. We stopped in and ...
... bit of cheese, and roughly 500ml of soup throughout the entire day, these simple offerings of food made my day. Regret of the day - Buying a bottle of water instead of a few sardines to eat. Support from my gang - Cheer me on going into day two of my bread and bread morsel diet! December 13th Day 4 in Essaouira and I am hoping for it to go better then yesterday. Still with my hunger strike lurking just above my head, I head out. After hearing of a good fish market in the ...
... find my way back into the medina. The best part of the day was just sitting on the doorstep of the alleyway, accessing the wifi, as the local youths played football around me. I felt lonely more than anything else this day though. Rosina was away playing with Aiden and Luc till nightfall and the weather had taken a turn for the worst. Ian had messaged me that he was on his way to Essaouira but as yet there was no sign of him.
Desiring some comfort foods I went with Georgie ...
... The waiter went away and then came back and asked us what wine we would like, needless to say we ordered a bottle, he brought one back to our table, showed us it and then poured the whole bottle into a teapot for us to pour out of. How bizarre! But what was even stranger, that as the evening went on we noticed all the french expatriates had wine, in wine bottles on their tables!!!!! I know that drinking is not legal in Morocco unless you have a license but I must ...