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Travel Blogs from Essaouira
... in the afternoon. We wondered through some of the other parts of the Medina and passed the Grand Mosque. We went over to the Sqala de la Ville, on the northwest edge of the ramparts, which has a row of Spanish cannons along it and has a nice view over the ocean.
Monday was a quiet day. We had a nice chicken tagine overlooking the beach at sunset for ...
On Thursday 12 September we drove a little further up the coast to another little surfing village. This one seems a bit newer and all that is here is a massive beach, a couple of restaurants and a couple of hotels. On the beach they offer camel or horse rides. The campsite here isn't very old and is refreshingly clean and the showers have hot water woohoo! Still no ...
but beautiful hippy clothes/ornaments/bags/rugs/scarfs whilst on a
weeks holiday...then look no further- this is the perfect place for
The fruit is so cheap here, providing
that you leave the medina and you take a walk into the totally local
part of Essaouira. Here there are plenty of little fruit stalls
selling all types of melons, nectarines, peaches, plums, apricots,
bananas, cherries, strawberries and all manor of different veg. ...
... programmed by Jews.
-- Flashback: The previous day, in Laayoune, a philosophical Muslim had invited me into his house for a meal and conversation.
-- Young Moncef Doudou thought Jews had caused the economic crisis. He wondered why they'd been given Palestine for their new country, not somewhere - for example - in the United States? He suspected Jews, and the United States, were against Muslims. He loved ...
... person beside me - a man probably in his fifties from Montreal who had been travelling non stop for the last four years and who had been to Essaouira many times before. His name was Ahmagi
We shared stories of our past travels, our backgrounds, and why we enjoy traveling. He definitely had a way with words as he led most of the conversation, but he seemed like a very genuine person who had experienced much of the world and ...