- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Villa Maroc
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Maroc Essaouira
Travel Blogs from Essaouira
... achey from the high altitude so the long walk along the ocean was wonderful. We walked 5kms there and back past all the big hotels and headed towards where they have horses and camels on the beach and in doing so found a couple of beach side bars. Bars and alcohol have been pretty much non existent. Anyway both enjoyed a very cold Casablanca beer! It was extremely relaxed and very enjoyable. Everywhere throughout Morroco you are ...
... the bag was another scorpion!! Fu proceeded to pick it up with chopsticks and tell us she was going to eat it, we managed to get her to just release it somewhere further from camp.
We arrived in camp which was only a short drive away and set up our tent, after a morning nap and a shower a group of us walked into town to get some lunch. I didn't really know what to expect of Essaouira so was surprised to find a huge ...
... his fist down, all his money had gone flying up in the air and landed on the floor. As the two of them raised their voices at each other a crowd had gathered to watch. This was the tale of Ceri.
Atmo, who was now back at the riad himself, sidled up to me and whispered 'He is coming'. I assumed he meant the messiah but didn't ask him to elaborate on that.
Thats when Liz appeared on the stairs, pale and deathly looking. I could feel the imbalance ...
... and I chatted for a while before I headed off to the beach. I went for a swim. The currents were strong but it was a great swim nonetheless. However, the wind was blowing ******* the beach and sand was getting everywhere! I lay for a while in the opposite direction to the wind and enjoyed the afternoon sun. On the way back I picked up about 150 pieces of plastic off ...
... terminal was an absolute circus but we weren't laughing. Well, I was laughing a bit, but once we had to board and argue with luggage collectors I'd stopped laughing. The three hour journey to Essaouira was hell. Before we departed, a whole team of beggars boarded the bus and one of them was still on the bus when it was leaving the terminal. The rain wouldn't stop and an old man stood up and started chanting for about half an hour. Paul was feeling unwell and disappointed that ...