Riad Les 2 Mondes

El Ghazoua, Face au Km 8, Essaouira, 44000, Morocco
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Essaouira - marakech

by saskiaschrijvers

I would like to know if it is possible to get a bus
Essaouira - marakech on the 3-09-08 at 12h00 Supratours.
Is it still summer that date or not.
Or do we have to take the 16h00 Supratours.
I thought maybe it is a problem because it's ramadan?
My touropperator can arrange a transfer to marrakech but it's to high priced.

thanks in advance saskia

Re: Essaouira - marakech

by Ayoub-lach

Hello, on 3-09-2008 will be the first or second of Ramadan, don't worry there is no problem with Ramadan, they work exactely as usual, no changes during Ramadan, normally the changes happen few days before and after a celebration, and Yes 3-09-2008 is still summer, normally the summer in morocco keeps sunny until October then the weather turns a bit fresh, Supratour is a good bus service so if there any problem there is another good bus you can take it's called "CTM" it's the one i will take from Casablanca my hometown to Essaouira, almost the same price as Supratour, there may be a Reggae festival in the end of August so i will be over there, then i will move to Marrakech to begin Ramadan, then back to Casablanca.
hope this helps you, for other questions here's my email: jemeitu@hotmail.com
Peace

Re: Essaouira - marakech

by saskiaschrijvers

thank's for your fast reply
sounds good to me
I am verry curious what Marocco will bring us in August!

thanks again

saskia

Travel Tips for Essaouira

take a pic - but be careful

by globetrott

great pics may be taken in these small and narrow streets, when the light falls in like here, but better take a tele-lens, in order not to hurt the feelings of the local people, who normally would not want to have their picture taken...

From gate to gate

by matcrazy1

Although I visited many old towns in Tunisia and Turkey before, Essaouira looked different, magic and exotic for me. I had a great fun walking and getting lost among its narrow streets, discovering its numerous gates, lovely corners, blue doors and arabic wells. And I always ended down at the ramparts that protect most of the town. Essaouira was quiet, friendly and safe destination.

Hidden great food

by hayes_uk about Delices chez Zora

Hidden on the first floor of a tradintional house in the medina. Zora offers great local food at a great price €90 menu. Tangines (full 25cm domestic examples not tiny 15cm ones you find elsewhere) are highly recommended. Tangine or coucous; chicken or lamb.

The ''Porte de la Marine''

by JLBG

It was built by an english renegade, Théodore Cornut, a French architect that worked for the English in Gibraltar. in 1806. It is very good looking and from its top, you have a very good view on the harbour and the ocean.

walk the interesting streets of the medina

by angiebabe

Of course going to Essouira means going to see the medina and walking around the streets is a great way to feel the flavour and atmosphere of the place, the mix of architecture, not just the tourists up and around but the locals that live and work there going about their days lives -
even though theres a few too many shops and touts - they make interesting photos too with the array of interesting and colourful items of Morocco and the locality on display - and the touts that call out as if they seem to think you will be greatly interested by their calls and whistles
(and i think its all part of the trip to look around the shops, see whats there and enjoy the colours and designs - but we dont need hey Madam for the enticement!?) can be fairly easily ignored or answered with a No thanks - or La Shukran!

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