Riad Zahra Mogador
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... The next bus at 2:30 was sold-out so we got tickets for the 5 pm bus to Essaouira. We checked our luggage and walked over to the McDonald's in the train station where we waited the 3 hours. We used the free wifi to book a room in Essaouira.
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We emailed the Riad Thais for directions and owners offered to meet us at the bus.
... bit of cheese, and roughly 500ml of soup throughout the entire day, these simple offerings of food made my day. Regret of the day - Buying a bottle of water instead of a few sardines to eat. Support from my gang - Cheer me on going into day two of my bread and bread morsel diet! December 13th Day 4 in Essaouira and I am hoping for it to go better then yesterday. Still with my hunger strike lurking just above my head, I head out. After hearing of a good fish market in the ...
This was the birthday of my dear Georgie boy, 7 years of age, though with his downs syndrome looking more like 4.
And, gosh, this turned out to be a dramatic day, which began with both me and Jeremy nipping out to the end of the alleyway to access the free wifi. Ian, who was still in Ouarzazate awaiting money from his father, was online, and I was conversing with him about Atmo going doollally, when who should come around the corner but the very Atmo himself. ...
... Essaouira painlessly.
Once there, we checked out the fish market, as Byron and Lance are both obsessed with fish (catching and eating) but I wouldn't let us eat at the local hole in the wall cafeteria that cooks the fish u pick out from the fishermen bec I was still recovering and couldn't do it. We settled on the restaurants nearby but turned out they were pretty touristy. our fish was fresh but not really cooked perfectly and we were unimpressed with its flavour... Oh ...
... from Othello?) and more lanes that we explored well into the night.
Friday 26 August 2011
Phoenicians settled here in the 7th century, calling the place Migdol, with many living on offshore islands where a mollusc's purple dye gave the folks a decent living. But Migdol's freshwater source & safe harbour gave the Portugese ideas and they established a military & trade post here in the 15the century, with Jews playing ...