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... a beaucoup apprecie, pas mal meme. Ca ne sert a rien de vous dire qu on a pris ca molo!
Depuis le debut du voyage, on nous a dit: " Agadir, rien a dire; Essaouira, ca ira; Marrakesh, Arnakech!"
Apres avoir vecu le desert et les villages de caravaniers, nous voila sur la route touristique de la cote Atlantique et nous seront en mesure de confirmer ou non ces dires.
Pour le moment nous pouvons affirmer qu Agadir, il n y a rien a dire, mis a part son souk, sa ...
... the same.
Rain is stopping now; i hope i can leave here soon.
Maybe one more story: the camelguy
i like camels, they are always cool even when their owners are not.
I never understand why so powerful animals let little kids dominate them, especially when they thread them bad.
So there are guys going around with icecream, amuletts, horses and camels.
You could rent of buy, but not that much as there are only around 15 People on the whole big ...
... I'm going to ask if it's ok for the delivery to be accepted. More disappointment ahead as we head down a dark and deserted street to find what is rue de Marrakech! To cut a long story short we ask around and find Ali Babas car hire. Ali is a big guy with a big deep voice who makes jokes about Ali being his real name and the obligatory Bruce Willis gag about mine, never gets tired here! Ali turns out to a huge bike fan and rides a ...
Frustrated!! With only 2300km under the belt I hope I haven't made a bad choice of bike. Getting help from friends and family has been great but I'm no further forward, parts are on the way but I'm now struggling to find the elusive magura mineral oil (thanks ktm for being the only manufacturer to use it!). Need to do something so heading ...
... highway, new neighborhoods are popping up out of nowhere. Granted, a lot of these houses are empty vacation homes bought by Moroccans living abroad, but there are quite a few that are inhabited as well.
I wander on and on. It’s a strange feeling, since I lived in Agadir for 3 years and knew the city by heart, but now there’s hardly anything—other than the university that looks familiar… And finally I reach ...