The Teahouse

Address: 74 Derb Laalouj, Essaouira, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 74 Derb Laalouj, Essaouira, is near Ranch de Diabat and Zouina-cheval.
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Travel Blogs from Essaouira

Spices, seabass and sightseeing

A travel blog entry by ruthii on Apr 04, 2015

... when the city began to trade with Manchester (the origin of the tea which led to the development of Morocco's ubiquitous drink) as a way to avoid the Bubonic plague. A small island a short distance from the harbour, and walkable at low tide, was also used to quarantine those believed to be afflicted.

Essaouira is a charming city, all white stone walls with blue shutters, doors and fishing boats, discovered by the hippies in the 1960s and attracting a steady, if ...

Mewy i modly nie daja spac..

A travel blog entry by mikemas on Oct 04, 2014

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... z pustymi rekami kupilismy troche serow, oliwek a nawet lokalnej wedliny... Wracajac podziwialismy obraz absolutnej nedzy i rozpaczy... Dzielnica przemyslowa, tylko tego przemyslu jakos nie bylo widac. Ulica, ktora biegla wzdluz opuszczonych hangarow, przejezdzaly tylko dorozki wiozace ludzi z zakupami z pobliskiego marketu... A my uzupelnilismy nasze zakupy o pomidory, granaty i daktyle na targu u wrot mediny i z nieukrywanym aptetytem zjedlismy je na naszym hotelowym ...


A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on Jan 29, 2014

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... and directly abuts the ocean. Our first night in town we made our way to the section of the wall that faces the water and watched the sun set, with the waves crashing in off the North Atlantic – Essaouira is west of the Strait of Gibraltar). Naima told us that a couple of weeks before we arrived there was pretty severe wind, which led to seven meter seas, with waves coming over the walls into the medina. The ones we saw weren’t that ...

Perfection and hell

A travel blog entry by travellinghands on Jun 01, 2013

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... rate is as follows- - 1 =13 dihrams (all conversions
below are done by Charly)

We bought 6kg watermelon for 18 dihram,
so approx 1.36! (we were quoted 25 dihrams nearer the touristy
area...but it is still cheap)
10 peaches/nectarines and 3 apricots
for 15 dihram

5 plums for 6 dihram (around 45p)
Bread is 1-2 dihram (and it is yummy)
Dates...there are so many different
types here, but I got the small goey ones for 30 dihram for ...


A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Jul 05, 2012

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... me from sleeping oustide in their jurisdiction, because they were worried about my safety. They ordered Amsa to take me with him to the next city, Laayoune.
When I got in Amsa's car the second time, I thought the sleep-deprived African might kill me.
But, soon, we were laughing about how stupid the police were for ordering us to do things that didn't make sense. Ha ha!
Crack! Oops, what was ...

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