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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Travel Blogs from Essaouira
... song may last for 5 minutes or 40. It might sound like the same thing is being repeated over and over, but it is not. The lyrics are nuanced – far beyond my comprehension – and even in public concerts the crowds are brought to frenzy.
This is what we had to look forward to.
We arrived in Essaouira a couple of nights before the festival, which was great. It reminded me of being at Burning Man BEFORE the whole thing opened. ...
... The people love their King. He has been on the throne for 15 years and is the political and religious head of the country. He is promoting democracy and realizes that poverty breeds radicalism. If an Iman starts to espouse any radical or self promoting talk he is arrested and not allowed out till he recants. They are Suni Muslim and think that the Sheits are not true to Allah and the Koran. There are definitely three classes. There ...
... the reply. "So Sir, what were we doing please?" "71km per hour" came back the reply. We expressed surprise that we could have been going that fast (the roads are not that great), whereupon thankfully he produced a video which removed all trace of doubt and left us with no argument. "I will have to write an Infraction Notice" he said. "How much?" I asked. "300 Dhirams" was the reply. I got out 300 Dhirams and handed them over. He was a ...
... goat cheese pie. It is probably my favorite meal yet. By the time the crapes arrived for desert we could hardly even touch them.
Even better than the meal and the ambiance of the restaurant was the company. Jeff, Andrea and I visited for three hours – discussing things that we had seen and how we perceived them. It was so peaceful and yet intellectually stimulating. It was the perfect ending to yet another perfect day in ...
The bus ride to Essaouira had its good points: heading along the coast with bright blue/green water, and through quaint costal towns such as "Taghazout;" and it had its bad points: no windowns, no air conditioning, people vomiting, babies crying, and a lot of B.O. (for those of you who don't know...Body Odor). Once again, the ...