The Atlantic Hotel
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... sent a text message to Marlene from Casa (blanca) to announce my imminent arrival. 1h later, we were finally reunited after more than 50 years without any contact, except for a few Skype calls and emails since October 2011.
Quite unbelievable, but bar the odd wrinkle or two, and a few silver locks, we hadn't changed much: two girls of yesteryear sharing tears and laughter and ever so ...
... than they had started, and her bed drenched! Luckily we have a spare bed in our room.
The evening meal was not as good as previous but we finally got some cous cous, however I still think the Ainsley Harriet Moroccan medley you buy from waitrose was better!
Desert came in the form of Moroccan tea and pastries. The tea smelt like mint sauce - yum but tasted ...
... to going home and being able to hold my own amongst the surfers down at Vazon haha!
Back the villa a little earlier than usual so I could sit by the pool for an hour or two and catch up with what's going on at home, then it was upstairs to shower and get ready for an hour of yoga before the evening festivities.
Upstairs I was still speaking in a cockney accent as Red out surf instructor truly believes that's how we all talk! I joked to ...
... This morning we went for a walk to the marina and then on to the fishing harbour. Some local bloke showed us around. Talk about organised chaos. I honestly don't know how they find their boats or how they get out of the harbour.
It was very interesting to watch but not to make a living.
In 2 days we had numerous blackouts a couple of them for 2 hours or more. Makes it very hard to write a blog.
... cultural right?) There server there got to know us very quickly and actually prepared my meds for me whenever we were there. (Our first stop in Agadir was actually the pharmacy so I could do my best to describe my symptoms through broken French and hand gestures in hopes of some cough syrup and sinus medication. I think it was a success as my symptoms certainly lessened immediately allowing me to participate in life again, although sitting here in London, I still have a ...