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- Pets allowed
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... gave the baby goat for Debbie to cuddle got a very large baksheesh. In future I will ensure Debbie has small change.
The taxi folk were annoyed when we decided to walk to hotel. Google maps is great. Local SIM card with 1Gb data, MAD100 (AUD$14) 1 month. Carrier INWI but Maroc Telecom is also OK.
Advised to try the grill place near the harbour. Fresh seafood. Hotel staff said #14 stall is the best. ...
... and cows on the roof of the local bus.
A picnic under the olive trees made a wonderful end to our ride across the high plain and an end to our mountains.
Our final ride in Morocco was along the coast near Essaoira, with wonderful views of the ocean and the coastline. I was a still a bit under the weather from a virus, so an easy ride had me going quite slowly, but I was pleased to ride the entire 50 km.
... Georgie aimed straight for a sandy playground. The play area was a paying place, with a residential young caretaker, another Aziz, who told me his family came from the Merzouga environs. He kept my children entertained, while I flopped down in the warm sand, had another splash about in the sea, then was lured by Rosina to join her on the swings. Lying down again in the sand I felt so content, imagining this as a place where I could happily come and live for ...
... the cook really just wipe the plate on the café curtain?) I had to get the ever busy manager to walk to the next dirt street to unlock the garage, and I gave him a lift back to the hotel in the sidecar, avoiding the rubbish and glass that litters the streets. He is definitely the big cheese around here...and I’ve promised to send him a copy of the photo of him on Babs for the café wall.
The first 20 or so miles found Babs struggling to pull ...
... Hassan (a large open square).
At the port, we had a quick look around the Skala du Port (a large tower), which gave us excellent views of the ocean, the port, the town itself and some of the neighboring islands. The nearest island had an old fort on it which could be accessed during low tides (like Holy Island), but the tide wasn't scheduled to be low till that evening. About 1km out to sea was the island of Ile de Mogador, where hundreds of ...