Hotel Sud Bahia
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It is amazing what you can achieve when you put your mind to it.
This is more of a boys story and really has little to do with Morocco.
With limited resources we have been able to install an inverter with internal plug fittings to the camper utilising the leisure batteries that delivers both 12 DC and 220 AC. This means we can now charge the computer with 220 AC and other electrical devices using 12volt DC such as the USB's to ...
For the first time on the trip we have spent 12 days in one place, Tagazout in an "Aire" 15 minutes north of Agadir, along with about 200 other campers, sounds terrible but it was OK, right on the beach. Our French friends were there and we had a lovely time with them.
We also meet other very interesting people, Germans, Italian and French. A German gentleman Ernst Reinhold, a painter, we have not been ...
... 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 girl after me.
Me it just didnt give any money first time i tried.
Happend to me in salvadore, and there they withdrew it from my account.
Next after Beach will be the mountains, taroudant.
It feels good to be on the roqd again; and now i close.
Dont wanna push my luck with the power. ;) cu
Now Power is stable, but i cant leave this place. Why? See the video!!!
I hope only my room is not under water, i left the window open. But it ...
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.