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“BACK OFF PAL,” my voice reverted to a guttural west of Scotland accent as thick as a treacle scone as I did what everyone advised me not to do. I lost my temper. In fairness I felt I had good cause. A hand had grabbed my shoulder from behind…Continue Reading →
Essaouira in Morocco is a curious place; part working port, part holiday resort and part historical monument with a fusion of colonial European, Arabic and African influences that makes it feel like somewhat of a crossroads between different worlds…which in many ways is exactly what it was.Continue Reading →
Meaning ‘House by the Sea’, Dar Al Bahar is a beautiful, traditional dar of four storeys built into the ramparts of the old city with views over the ocean and the medina. Perfectly located within a footstep of the heart of the bustling medina…Continue Reading →
The contrast between the chilled out vibes of Place Moulay Hassan in Essaouira, Morocco, and the frenzied entrance to the harbour area via a gate in the town wall comes as a bit of a surprise. One second you’re…Continue Reading →