Hotel Ryad Mogador Essaouira
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... explanations for the country's huge diabetes epidemic, we explored the labyrinthine streets of the medina and the souks, a blend of Moroccan and French styles that are saturated with stunting achitedtural features. The paint peeling from the walls and the bright window frames splintering and bowing only add to its rustic charm. Here, in the food market, olives, fruit and vegetables were piled high, while spices were laid out in bulging sacks, locals bartering for measurements ...
... a stove maintained a fuggy, cosy heat. Curled up in the far corner were a mother and her newborn baby. A satellite dish provided them with tv and phone connections. They were not poor in the Moroccan sense of the word. Two other children scampered about and happily accepted the Kinder Surprises we bought them. Outside,the cold wind was beginning to bluster, and the father methodically barrowed straw and dung into a pile that he would later sell as compost. The Berber ...
Its been lovely to have had three nights in the one place at the end of our holiday, and our Riad is very quaint. It's run by a modern young woman named Samira who popped in to meet us one night.
She's an interesting Moroccan story...she divorced the man she married from her village because he was expecting a traditional Moroccan wife, came to the city, saved up and bought the large house that is now our Riad and then brought what seems like all her young relatives ...
... company). So, we've decided to cross together. Our plan of action is thus...
- Spend a couple more days here, doing the odd chore (such as laundary) and stocking up on supplies (such as toothpaste and shampoo)
- Head to Marrakech for a few nights (dèjà vu part two). It's the best city from which to depart for the south. And it will be nice to go back there after a whistlestop visit there last time.
- From Marrakech, get (on Wednesday) a 26 ...
... pictures during the entire 3 hour trip, and Mohammed mentioned that he's never driven anyone who has taken more pictures on a "boring" road. Apparently not everyone thinks goats in a tree are interesting.
Mohammed taught me some Moroccan on our trip - I can now say "Hello, how are you?" and respond to that question, can count to 5, say please and thank you, good, ...