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... The mellah is in severe disrepair and the buildings are collapsing. Some are being restored, including two synagogues. One is being restored by private funds and the other by the government. We also visited the port and the protective ramparts and cannons. Many tourists visit here not in the way of lots of locals in such a small area going about their daily life. An amazing assortment and volume of fish and seafood goes through this port city. The ...
... old wind was blowing, there is standing water everywhere, and as a few tents leak, this wouldn’t be good camping ground, but things were looking grim, where ever we did camp tonight it would be cold, damp and windy
We found a place, dinner was set up quick, same as the tents, after that everyone just went to bed
It was the usual start time, 6am breakfast, leave at 8am,
Steve had seen some good fallen trees, so the idea was ...
Breakfast was the same as yesterday - what I wouldn't give for a piece of toast with Nutella (my mouth is watering just thinking about it)!
Went surfing and unfortunately I seem have hit a rut! Can make it to my feet but not for long. Unfortunately there were also lots of dogs on the beach so I spent my time watching to make sure they had owners or else I would have had to rehome them ALL!
A few ...
... as warm as I'd expected though it was manageable!
I got a beautiful chicken and lemon tagine in a local restaurant this afternoon, full of locals so took that as a good sign.
The restaurants here give you a few bread rolls and dips before your food arrives - got some lovely spice pastes yesterday and today some chilli infused oil to use.
Looking forward to trying more of the local dishes over the coming days!
... back to the Riad, my backpack full and started cooking for the night’s feast. Greg and I decided that if we were going to call upon Julia Childs skills we might as well start acting like her and pulled beer after beer, followed by whiskey while we created this feast. It took about an hour to prep, but once in the oven we ventured off back down the street for more libations and a search for the elusive tea pot that Greg desired.