Ali Baba

Tuesday 23 March 2010 Agadir, Souss-Massa-Draa, Morocco

We had a quick breakfast served by our quick waiter. Then we started to look for Omar but today he sent his friend Abdulla No 605 for today but he was also good and brought us quickly to our surf school. This day we started early at 09:00 a clock. I took one excellent wave at least according to our surf teacher, but that was it for this day. Of course I practiced a lot in the water and I also got stuck in the current that brought me out in the sea very quickly. Then we tried to take a few surf shots and to make a few surf videos but it was hard work, to keep the lens dry while standing in the ocean. The we got back to La Point to change clothes and rinse off the saltwater with a simple hose but it was wonderful.

Then we tried a local restaurant called Panorama on a small hill close to the beach, it was simple but the view was perfect, we could watch all the other surfers trying to catch some waves.
I just ordered grilled fish it was a simple dish but it was delicious what else could you expect in a small fishing village, then it was time to explore the coastline further north I think it was the most genuine scenery I have seen so far. One funny thing was two other tourists trying to help the fishermen with their boat, I guess it amused the locals even more than us? After a cool coke it was time for Abdulla No 605 to bring us back to our hotel for a long siesta. I also realized that Morocco felt as home today, I guess it took a few days to acclimatize.

Ragnar Asker
Last active at - from Varberg, Halland County, Sweden

Get updates by email

Enter your name and email address, you will receive an email every time any of the following members update their trip.


Log into Facebook

Forgot Password? Register