Les Terrasses d'Essaouira
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... all he wanted doing was the mo!! Anyway 10 euro (100 dirhams) later Sean was all good. Had a late snack for lunch I thought I should try the sardine kefta (minced sardine balls) in a tomato type sauce!! Definitely not to Sean's liking quite strong taste and smell! Unfortunately didn't really agree with me either literally repeated on me all evening!! So hopefully nothing too ...
... remembers that way back then, they smoked the best hashish (which is no longer available today). He kindly obliged to partake in some photos (which he wanted us to share on UTube).
More of just strollling including the beach post lunch.
Dinner at Chalet de la Plage. Not bad. Had Moroccan white wine. Fish soup for starters. We shared a plate of grilled sardines for main. No dessert or coffee. MAD325 (AUD$48).
... that area and we went exploring. The whole area enjoyed wide clean, streets, by in large, quite pleasant compared to other towns. Unfortunately I ran out of energy and returned to the hotel for a rest.
In the evening we went to one of the recommended restaurants on the beach, Fantastics, ordered cream of market vegetable soup. It was alright but bland, not much in way of spices.
In the morning are to head to our final day as a group in Casablanca.
... to walk alone on dark unlit pathways back to our hut in Goa. Never the hero. Never a protector; just self absorbed non-caring Jeremy.
And as for Aziz, maybe the drink had simply not suited him, but he had made me feel so comfortable. I do think if he had got me alone he may have forced himself upon me! This was not a good situation. How could Hicham have put me in contact with such a man! Maybe he did not really know him well at all.
... on the Oregon coast.
At mid-day we arrive at Safi, a port town halfway to Essaouaria famed for its ceramics. We parked and were directed across the roads to a hillside which comprised the ceramics workshops cooperative. We were greeted bu a guide who spent about an hour showing us around and describing the various processes. In a mixture of French and English, we made it clear that Pat was a ceramic artist, which interested him somewhat, and I ...