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... we had a lovely dinner. For my foodie readers, the pictures are below. After dinner, we joined our friends for a drink in Michaels club. Here is this cruise's small world story - one of the woman I was with lived with me in my college dorm and was secretary while I was president of the honor sorority! We couldn't belive we are on the same ship, and our suites are next to each other! Well, it's almost midnight. Off to bed, tomorrow we are in Lanzarote in the Camary ...
... Saturday night. The next day we relaxed around Agadir, checking out the free bird valley park before another quiet night. On the Monday we decided to jump on a local bus up to the popular little surf town of Taghazout. Unfortunately the waves were nowhere to be found today but a dip in the Atlantic and some good lunch at a local restaurant meant the day was not a waste. An uneventful but relaxing couple of days in ...
... includes the weather) Mauritania and no one want to be caught with any alcohol on board, so all the beer and spirits are being disposed of
None of us has any idea how long this border crossing is going to take, so it’s a case of suck it and see, but we will get across it eventually I hope, this is the same for Mali, no drink allowed, (but to my way of thinking, it does go on, but behind closed doors and in private, if it didn’t I would be very surprised)
The second day we went onto Agadir but didn't stop so no comment except to say it's the surfy town of Morocco. What I saw of it ( a supermarket!!!) didn't do much for me but there looked to be some nice places just north of the city - surfy villages.
Bush camped just north of Tan Tan the second night.
More and more police check points as we head south.
... I'm currently reaching for a kleenex....) The local Moroccan beer, Flag 33, sells for only 26dh! A bargain! In Agadir it's so touristy, everywhere serves alcohol. And everyone wears bikinis.
Monday night, our friend Simon in Taghazout messaged us to say him and some others from his hotel were coming into Agadir for a night on the town (Agadir even has night clubs!). We met them at the English Pub and ordered jug after jug of Flag 33 and watched/sang along to the ...