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... been a bit hectic with people sleeping on couches, trips back and forth to the airport, and so on, but it is nice to meet some new people and introduce them to the monkeys. During my six months here I have worked with 15 people from a total of eight countries including England, France, Scotland, Holland, the Czech Republic, South Africa Canada, and the US. It's pretty remarkable! And now I have friends to stay with when I visit all of these places!
... also funny. I did keep giggling. I truly couldnt help it!
The following morning we caught a ferry to spain! It was a really nice ferry ride, and funny cos Magda just loves ports and was very vocal about said love :) I said a fond farewell to Africa until it was pointed out that i would be back there in 5 days. So i said hasta luego instead.
The girls and i parted ways at the bus station and I travelled the couple of hours up to Seville.
... crossing of the Sahara desert.
Atmo was on the promenade and so I got to see just how unbalanced he was. This was the Atmo I knew from the old days, in and out of phases of madness. He was hanging out with the hat sellers, acting crazily.
We escaped from the craziness back into the medina, where we trawled the streets lookng for wifi which was not an easy endeavour. Eventually we found a weak connection at the cafe Beau Rivage. It ...
... the tent, but by late afternoon and a day’s exploring the Ryad drew me back in. £44 incl. breakfast is still expensive for Morocco, but a downright bargain compared to a 'Lenny Henry’ hotel in the UK. My present plans are a route back across the country starting on Weds, with a possible remote camp earmarked for Thurs and Fri night if it is open.
Although the hotel is 200m from the beach, it’s still a 3km hike along the ...
... to travel in such style.
We took the N8,
heading for Essaouira. Once again,
an excellent road and a fascinating journey. We passed through very arid countryside before descending to
the greener coast, driving through one or two busy towns en route.
Essaouira, the first campsite was full so we continued to the next one down the
coast where we were lucky enough ...