Dar Naciria

58 Bd. Mohammed V, Essaouira, 44000, Morocco | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by tanya.lesiuk


... on from being irritated. She peaks around the corner 5 min later to offer me a single tea glass and then again for a piece of bread as if I was some homeless on the street she was giving her leftovers to. I accept her offerings as I am starving. Grabbing the cheese and jam I bought the previous day I have my sad looking breakfast. Definitely going to inquire on this one today and find out what's up with the breakie so tomorrow morning I have something semi substantial to ...

The Mellah, The Medina and Atmo's Visions

A travel blog entry by susiewoo


... station to greet him. The bus was there indeed but not a sight of Ian. Eventually though we did chance to meet up, near one of the gates to the medina, in a furious downpour of rain. I brought Ian back to our house and left him there with Jeremy as I was off out now for my dinner date with Anna, back to the crazy house. There I settled with the girlies, drinking wine, munching on olives and watching films.
Those who wanted to eat meat had the ...

Inshallah - Ojala - God Willing

A travel blog entry by vamos_pa_ya


... the markets, one could find more women, but then the problem was that they did not speak much french and barely spanish and english. They speak Arabic and Berber, my Arabic was improving but my Berber was non-existent. So our conversations were very basic and in general they would just give up because of the frustration of not being able to communicate. Hence, my interaction in Morocco, all that I learned was due to my relations with men. Nevertheless, the two ...

'The windy city is mighty pretty'

A travel blog entry by lyncraven

... with bars and restaurants catering to holidaymakers with more cash to spend, albeit for a shorter period of time. Thankfully, it isn't a real problem, as there's a reasonable balance that's been struck here and the locals haven't abandoned their own ways and behaviour to suit.

Essa's medina is a Word Heritage Site (2001) and feels so typical of the North African European architecture that features in the late 18th century. The ...


A travel blog entry by frusc101


... the beach to the town which had a much more laid back feel than our last city of Marrakech. After stopping for a while taking in the fishing boats unloading the days catch we wondered around the relatively compact medina for a couple of hours before heading for lunch at one of the seafood stores on the coast. We had a lovely selection of Shrimp, Scampi, Crab, Sea Breem and Lemon Sole all cooked over the BBQ and feeling thoroughly satisfied ...

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This hotel, located on 58 Bd. Mohammed V, Essaouira, is near Ranch de Diabat and Zouina-cheval.
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