We decided to skip our regular breakfast, instead we drank coffee, mint tea and ate roasted nuts with salt and honey while watching the Moroccan version of MTV.
Then it was time for the “Souk” we were prepared for hard bizniz, we decided to say that we were from Estonia and lived in Tallinn and that we lived in a camping outside of Agadir (just to give the salesmen the illusion that we were poor people), but at the first shop they heard that we spoke Swedish, Yes I speak that too! ehh, Aha you are mixed? Yes! Too many lies so we stayed with the truth later, at least Swedish people seemed to have a good reputation?
There were a lot of small stores and most of the owners were very kind and polite.
But after wandering around for a long time we decided to rest a little bit and try some food at Pizza Hut before the siesta/
Then we took a quick peek at “Palais du Sud” the store just outside of our hotel, they had a lot of beautiful art, carpets and furniture's then we went down to the beach to catch a little bit of sun and then take a last dip in the ocean. It was nice and relaxing and everyone that we met were very friendly, we visited some shops on the way home learning more about Moroccan bizniz style/;)
I also found three interesting sunglasses that I couldn’t resist buying then it was time for our last dinner in Agadir we choose a small and simple restaurant at Passage Alt Souss, were we tried Moroccan salad and Calamari's with lemon, it was a great place with a wonderful staff, so present so nice, incredible!