The Atlantic Hotel
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- wake up early after first night of good sleep - nice brekkie on terrace with mountain view - leave at 9 for Agadir and get there at 12.15. Drive rather boring and slow due to lots of traffic - Hotel is amazing - treat ourselves to Couscous as it is Friday today - prices in Agadir are much lower than anywhere else we have been! - town nothing …
... the old staircase, We had a great view of the city. All along the road were sheep and goats. The goats actually climb trees to eat the Argan fruit! We then entered the maze of streets and stores known as the souk. Spices, meat, and goods abound. I rolled up my sleeves for a good round of negotiating. I knew I had done well, when a store owner chased me down the street three times to bargain. When I saw a tear in his eye, I knew it was a good deal! The good ...
... Saturday night. The next day we relaxed around Agadir, checking out the free bird valley park before another quiet night. On the Monday we decided to jump on a local bus up to the popular little surf town of Taghazout. Unfortunately the waves were nowhere to be found today but a dip in the Atlantic and some good lunch at a local restaurant meant the day was not a waste. An uneventful but relaxing couple of days in ...
... Joe came over to give a hand, it may not have gone away as tidy and rolled up as usual, but it was put away, I went off to help others with their tents, a couple even blew inside out
The fire team Had no problems lighting the fire though, so at least coffee was on the breakfast menu, along with toast
We are soon to hit the Western Sahara, we have been told by the Lonely Planet, that there is zero rainfall there, well they have lied, there is water everywhere, ...
Left Marrakesh and headed directly west to the coast and a town called Essaouira where we stopped for four hours for a look before heading down the coast to Agadir. Real pretty place with a great town and market streets but best of all were the seafood restaurants by the fishing boat area. All the fish laid out so you could pick what you want and then they would cook it for you (and ...