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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... we were so starving by the time we got off the train we scoffed down some KFC chips to give us the energy to negotiate a taxi and navigate our way to our hostel. The taxi dropped us as close as he was able which turned out to be directly in front of the main square Djemaa el-Fna, the names a bit of a challenge but luckily everyone knows what you mean by the square. How to describe Djemaa el-Fna? Especially experienced for the first time at night! Georgie and I have ...
... with clean linens, simple but attractive decor, carefully presented tasty food, we went back again and again. We went three times for the chèvre menu (tajine goat) which was a cut above. The calamari plate was fresh and served hot. We recommend that good place. Other times, rather than yet another restaurant experience, we went to the 'snack' places for a pizza or swarma. We bought fruit and got fresh bread and made our own ...
... wrote Purple Haze which was about Essaouira. “Say what? No. That’s not right!” “Oh yes! He wrote it here – about Essaouira.” Someone else said, “Yes, Khalid said they have the purple shells here!” I am 100% sure that Purple Haze is NOT about purple shells used as dye for Roman Royalty! (Jimi said it was really a love song… That girl put a spell on me…) After this statement, I ...
An hour after dragging ourselves out of bed, we were suited up in wetsuits and ready to experience one of the world's kitesurfing hotspots. A very complex sport, we had a lot to learn as complete newbies. First thing's first, we had to learn how to control our kites. This started off on the dry sand of the beach where we learned the basics and got a feel for the kite 'bar' which is essentially your steering wheel. This ...
... how scared I was to come here alone. Yet how after my weekend experiences inside the at times, claustrophobic Medina, a little alone time could be much appreciated. Once again, the remoteness of the mountain villages and the crowded, buzzing Medina world, exemplified for me the stark juxtaposition of everything in this country. I'm exhausted, will write more about teaching tomorrow after I meet with my students in the morning for our Monday cafe discussion.