Travel Blogs from Oualidia
... being offered mainly sea items; fish, crabs, oysters, spikey things; then on to quad bikes, kite sufing, grilled chicken morrocan salad on the beach. We get confused when asked how much weight of chicken we want so avoid this. I'm yet to see my bike ride past me so hopefully it's still in someones back garden. Our profiteering host makes us a tagine and we also stumble across the infamous Mustaffa on the beach. He insists on ...
... were 1-2 meters high.
The next day, we rented 3 boogie-boards at really nice guy's place. They were a blast! I also got really good waves and I felt good at it. On a normal wave, I might go 75 meters at least!! Some of the waves were even 3 meters tall!!!
I have had a blast learning to surf and wish you were all here, too.
... a bump on my forehead. Shukran bezzef.
- At first, I questioned what one might do here and if the long trip
was worth it. There are according to the travel guide 2,000
inhabitants. A local from here did not think there are that many people
here, he sais he knows them all. There are no more than two streets and
no local women on the streets.
- But I ended up staying behind after my brother left because it feels
... away. Got a ticket for 30Dh and Jumped on.
On the bus i got the Ipod and headphones out to entertain myself and my neighbour, an elderly Moroccan man was very eager to watch "sherlock holmes" with me. I shared the film and it was very entertaining to watch the old man twiddle his thumbs with delight when there was a scene of a lady undressing herself! yet nothing was revealed..
We stopped off here briefly while on the way down to Essaouira. This town stands out for its coastline, the lagoon is simply amazing and i can see why its very popular with tourists. The sand has a deep orange tone. One side of the beach where we park is full of fishing boats so we get out our camera gear to start shooting but halfway down the beach ...