Riad Le Grand Large
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of skin on show! Although. Lot of the ladies were bathing fully clothed! The water was very cool and so Jed had a dip then we walked along the beach on the waters edge for a good while. We found a lovely little restaurant, just close to where we were staying, it was a vegetarian place, which made a change from the usual meat Tagine, and the veggies were tasty and fresh! They change the menu daily and it had a very home cooked feel! Not to mention the cool layout of ...
... me. Just to give you an idea, when a pashmina scarf costs 80 dirham and if I have two meals of 30 dirham each plus a drink throughout the day, I now could have bought that scarf. You may be wondering why I didn't just take out more money. Well I came with 350 euros thinking I could go on that, but things ended up costing more then I expected i.e. accommodations. Half way through the month I had withdrew more money and then again a few days ago. Let's remember that with ...
... for using my laptop, while the others went off to eat fish at the port, and the lads went off with Rosina back to their riad. I was invited back to the riad, but didn't fancy to.
Instead I went off exploring, with a fancy to find the old Jewish quarters, but never stumbling upon them. Rather I strolled our along the beach road, past big hotels, and cutting inwards to see the new town area, but never really saw anything of interest and was quite relieved ...
... The other weird thing about Essaouira is that the place was over run by cats, they were not wild but were everywhere..
We were told about a really good french restaurant in Essaouira which we decided to try. We went down a very dark alley, road all being dug up, followed the sign through to the restaurant and found ourselves in the most beautiful courtyard. The waiter gave us the menu and when we asked for the wine list, we were told that they didn't have ...
... old wooden doors of the babs (gates), the white-washed riads narrow winding alleys and buildings, the more easily navigable narrow winding alleys and its mellow, charming atmosphere is quite bewitching and really magical. This is probably due to the local's acceptance of newcomers (incl Jimi Hendrix, writers, artists, film makers and other notables), altho' these days this means tourists.
Leslie and I liked what we saw, but were ...