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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... only 3 hours, even with a brief stop. Dave enjoyed leaving the driving to someone else and was bagging zzzzz's before we left the station.
Pascall and Ani, the French owners of the Riad, were waiting at the bus when we arrived in Essaouira. . We let porters take our packs in a hand cart. The owners spoke French, but we managed to communicate. It was 8 pm and still light out. ...
From the desert we headed for the coast via Ouzazete. The coastal town of Agadir was cute and really touristy, in a very western way! Although i dont usually enjoy being in tourist places, i found it very exciting to have a huge choice of restaurants and bars all spotted along the gorgeous beach. I went to an english pub then to an italian restaurant!! Times like that me me think about the fact that i have been in the western world for just three ...
... next to Liz, wanting to hang out with her regardless. Atmo sat subdued and confused, crying some of the time, Ceri keeping an eye on him.
Pizza, and harira soup, ice cream and mint tea.....
Liz and Ceri joined me afterwards at the Beau Rivage to drink tea and access the internet. The cold had set in, crazily enough, and then the rain came too. George, as always, was interested in the street cats. I tried to dissuade him but his fascination won over and ...
Today was a really good day. I got up early and after breakfast, I went to play a bit of beach tennis in the camp ground and then use the reception wall in order to get the old bones going!
At 121 o'clock, we headed off to the bus stop. Half an hour came and went and no bus came. And then the taxi collectif which took us in relative discomfort (or at least my right shoulder thought so) to ...
... the square a little more and then returned on the roof of the riad to write my journal in blazing sunshine! I could see a few boys out on a rocky outcrop just out from the shore, who were all having a ball playing near the waves. An Iraqi girl who had just arrived, was also travelling and spent a few minutes on the roof, before leaving for a walk around Essa and a siesta afterwards. I went along to find some internet at 6.35pm, only to be told ...