Les Terrasses d'Essaouira
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... was that it took Wazeer a while to get back after we finished lunch at a nearby cafe - I had changed and left the wetsuit in the trunk - but he offered to take me back out the next morning before I left for Marrakech to make up for it. I ended up staying in bed too long the next day and he gave me a partial refund, which was very nice since I was still a bit tired and sore from the day before anyway. My last night in Essaouira was another great experience as Wazeer went to the ...
... has symbols for Islam, Christian and Jews. Doorways have old symbols reflecting different religions of the owners above them. They were symbols of pride. Everyone got along. When the French left in 1956 most of the Jews left for Israel. The King would like the Jews to come back because he feels they are Moroccans. They were an important part of the culture. The Jews who are still here are prominent. There were many lovely ...
... dishes like cous cous and tagine. We got to try Moroccan donuts, which have no sugar in them and are served with a strip of palm frawn tied through the holes so you don't have to hold the fresh pastry. We discovered that Essaouira is a great place to be a cat, and it is full of them! Cats wander through restaurants and the open air market looking for food scraps, but they're happy with a scratch behind the ear too. On one of the days, we walked along the ...
... up up up into the Rif mountains but it was a really stunning drive. At the bus station i stood and looked confused for 1 minute before i guy came to offer me places to stay. He took me to a really cute hostel that was run by total ********, but the spot was perfect! The view from the rooftop terrace was insane. I was so in love with Chefchauan! I really wish i had more time there to explore the mountains. Unfortunately for my two days I just ...
... Legend says that Jimi Hendrix came here to hang out and loved this place. I see already that there is controversy on the internet about whether this actually happened or not, but for that I do not care, the legend will do me just fine.
The beach walk in the sunshine was beautiful, barefoot strolling, taking turns to ride on Johns bike, coming across camels and horses on the sands, and the boys getting a treat riding on quad bikes.
Ceri told me ...