Maison du Sud
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... our persons and we have encountered many genuine and lovely people and had some wonderful experiences along with the annoyances. I can absolutely recommend visiting this incredible county that is carving it's own little home in my heart. Oh and a little explanation of the title in case you forgot my mention of it last week, we must have heard you are welcome about a hundred times this week, were assuming it's in a you're welcome in our country, town, shop vein rather than as a response to thank ...
... too. On our last day, we went over to the highly recommended, Caravane Cafè for a last splurge supper. It happened to be closed that day.
Outside the medina wall is a broad beach and favorite destination for wind and kite surfers. ...
... decided to sacrifice it so I can bring back some momentous to share with my loved ones. Damn, wish I had the capacity to be selfish right now and say too bad losers, come if you want something, but you all know I can't . - Yesterday I was able to squeeze 2 meals out of a lunch plate but since I had a peasants budget for food I was more then limited. By around 11 am I was already hungry but made myself hold out until after 1pm before finding a place that could feed me. For two ...
... sheltered. The children had so much fun there, climbing on and walking long the walls. This was the terrain of yet more cats, hundreds of seagulls, fishing boats, net mending, hawkers of fish and the most awful concentrated fishy aroma.
On reuniting with the others, the idea came to find a cafe somewhere. Liz and Ceri aimed us all for the Beau Rivage, but the waiter there, who had previously been so friendly, coldly told us they were no longer serving just drinks, ...
... rides. Essaouira was in some disrepair and not looking its best because of the streetworks and over the week we were there it was the temapraure was quite cool. So we did not see the town at its best. But this was our first visit to a Moroccan town and seeing the markets and tasting the local food was a great experience
Our french apartment owners took us on a day out to a resort about 30 mins south of Essaouira. We had afternoon drinks at a really ...