Maison du Sud
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... 9am starts most days and coffee stops when we want. It's just quite tiring driving all day. Not sure why. Argan oil is made from the Argan tree which is only grown in the Essaouira region in Morocco and in fact the whole world. Unfortunately, before they knew about the benefits of it, a lot of the trees were removed to make space to plant olive trees. And when replanted they take many years to produce nuts. We had ...
... would be here until 4:30 and we could have a look round, but we would have to have truck guards, an hour each, no big deal, I had 4 hours to go until my turn, everyone piled off and I sorted out my bags, there didn’t seem much point in rushing anywhere, it was 8:30, nowhere was open, not even for coffee
When I had sorted my bags, I walked to the fishing port and watched them unload their ...
... We had the opportunity (well not sure it was given to us, but I certainly found an opportunity) to see how quickly the bikes could go, and also got to bike down some pretty steep hills which was great fun. In the safety briefing before we set off, rule number one was, under any circumstances, do not overtake the instructor. Pretty sure I may never be allowed to quad bike ever again in Morocco as I failed to adhere to ...
... us at Essaouira and Sidi Kaouki. Our time was spent peering through a window in a locked door in search of a man called Jean Gabriel and gazing across at the Iles Purpuraires where the Romans (the geezers who had big respect for us dogs and made the famous canine mosaic at Pompeii) fished for the colour purple which was held in the murex shell.
The next chapter will be our farewell to Morocco.
Thank you ...
... except for cramps etc, but able to eat. We learnt a new game word game " Bananagram " around the pool.The owners Domineque and Leah were also easy to talk to - both French and with interesting lives. Colourful people. The food has been good at the riad, but 3 courses, with the obligatory Tajine for main course( every night ). The boys are NOT keen on tajine having tried a few by now, and we are 9kms away from ...