- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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A seaside town, with a charming, white-painted medina and a noisy, smelly but interesting fish market, a nice day away from Marrakech Along the way, one goes through fields with Argan trees. Supposedly, goats love their leafs so much, they climb ...
... decided to sacrifice it so I can bring back some momentous to share with my loved ones. Damn, wish I had the capacity to be selfish right now and say too bad losers, come if you want something, but you all know I can't . - Yesterday I was able to squeeze 2 meals out of a lunch plate but since I had a peasants budget for food I was more then limited. By around 11 am I was already hungry but made myself hold out until after 1pm before finding a place that could feed me. For two ...
... shops and bought a big selection of Moroccan pastries and biscuits and some leben yoghurty milk and went back to my room to feast on it with my babe.
When Rosina turned up she was hungry so we went out onto the streets to seek a decent eating place, and bumped into Pete and Annie Bowyer, more people we knew from France, who had been socialising with one ex-pat and were so in love with Essaouira they were now looking themselves to buy a house here.
Rosina was keen ...
... was a very funny experience. Anyway, to cut a long story short, the food was fantastic as was the Jazz musicians that played at the restaurant that night.
After a week we were on our way again and had decided to vist Casablanca and Fes, before returning to Marrakesh to meet up with my sister Shelley, who was taking an Easter break, and Joyce's cousin Liam. Eventhough Casablanca was along the coast we had to travel inland again to Marrakesh to take a train..
... drains here, but the people were incredibly friendly and the place was just so alluring.
We ended up in a local eatery, bunched upstairs in a tiny room where our meal cost 8 dirham (12.6 = £1). Our Moroccan soup (harira) came with a plate of dates, figs and a hard-boiled egg
and a Moroccan pizza (not at all like ours but rather a Moroccan pancake filled with veg - really delicious!). We were offered free Moroccan mint tea from one of ...