Hotel Sud Bahia
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... cleared to enable the stretcher and crew to get past. Shortly afterwards, the Entertainment Manager, Neil Oliver, introduced us all to Jackie, who was looking for the kind man whom helped her out when she didn't have enough money to pay the taxi driver and the driver wouldn't let her leave the vehicle. Jackie wanted the man to come forward so that she could pay him back. Tonight we went to the Peninsular ...
... Spain and Portugal. The tagine in the souk are great, lots of flavour and amazing value, both food and price, also good are little battered sole, a bit messy and you have to watch out for the bones.
So as you can see we are very much enjoying ourselves, today we left the beach to head off on our Moroccan road trip, first stop was Agadir to get some documents printed, a story in itself - something ...
... sand, it was a kind of soup, it just stuck to everything, it never made the digging any easier, as fast as they dug it out, it flowed back in, Steve putt the sand plates out, they helped, but as fast as they dug, the fast it flowed back in
Steve hit rocks, so he got the sand plates down to that and tried, it did help, but he couldn’t move to far without moving the sand plates, the cook group set up a fire and started cooking a quick meal, I think everyone needed ...
... to genetics and my pale English freckled skin I'm not burnt to a crisp on my stomach after attempting to sunbathe for a couple of hours (yes I had sun cream on)!
Saw the cutest little dog on the beach, small enough to fit in my bag! Don't worry mum I'm not about to rehome another animal, however you would loved this one!
Anyway made our way back to the villa for 4.30pm where we had time to have a quick shower before our evening ...
... the trees in this region of the world. My skin feels so soft, am very impressed!
Not much planned for tomorrow at this stage, a wander of the city and if the sun shines, a dip in the pool and ocean. The Souq, which is the market, closes on a Monday, so will wait until later in the week try try my hand at some haggleing again. The tourist rep mentioned today that she picked up a kilo of strawberries for €1.50 - and thats without haggleing!