Riad Dar Afram
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... to Jed 400dr, Thankfully he'd said no. Jed then went on to say he'd want more than 40euros!! They must think it's strange for us to be travelling as friends and everywhere we go we're assumed to be married!! They also have a beach here, we ventured out there I wore my long beach dress but it is a little revealing on the top half so opted to wear a light denim shirt, tied up under my boobs to cover the skin on show. It turns out that there wasn't much need as there ...
... the bag was another scorpion!! Fu proceeded to pick it up with chopsticks and tell us she was going to eat it, we managed to get her to just release it somewhere further from camp.
We arrived in camp which was only a short drive away and set up our tent, after a morning nap and a shower a group of us walked into town to get some lunch. I didn't really know what to expect of Essaouira so was surprised to find a huge ...
... he could not get his bag to come. Again he repeated it, as if waiting for a reaction.
Really this was awful, and with Atmo off his head, not something for us all to get into a scene over.
This is not clever talk, I said to Jeremy, and theres no need for it, only it will create problems. But Jeremy was in one of his punkish f'you attitudes. Like a moron he now had this mantra 'I can't go and get my bag'. My attempts at reasoning with him, led to the new ...
A wheelbarrow guy brought our bags out of the medina as we followed and to the street and we waited for what we expected to be another 30 year old Mercedes taxi. Psych!!! A sweet new SUV met us and swept us away and up to el Jadida in record time and up to probably 150km/h on single-track roads. I closed my eyes and just trusted we wouldn't hit a tractor or donkey on the way.
And...we made it! El Jadida was settled partly by Portuguese so cool architecture. ...
... on a pile of freshly dumped garbage! This feast was something they were hanging around for some time so, with scenes that Alfred Hitchcock would have died for, we were privvy to watch and snap this marvellous sight for posterity!
A visit to several art galleries came next, one in a splendidly refurbished circular building. The art here was fabulous, with crafted woodwork to boot. There were also a few shops selling art, where ...