In Essaouira you can have Moroccan tagines, couscous and other delicacies, or fresh fish straight
from the local days catch - from sardines to lobsters - all at a fraction of European prices ... Or you can have French food,
drink French wine and eat Italian ice-cream with your cappuccino.
You can relax on the beach, the outdoor coffee shops or on the roof-terrace tea houses and restaurants overlooking
the ocean, or, if you're feeling more adventurous, play golf at the new Gary Player links golf course, go camel
or horse riding, quad-biking, surfing, wind surfing or kite surfing, take a trip to the Sahara desert to see the
sunrise or visit the local Berber markets.
And don't forget shopping! Leather, woodwork, metal-ware, silver and gold jewelery, clothing, paintings (of dubious
quality!), antiques (of suspect provenance), and nothing - BUT NOTHING - is plastic or imported from China!
You will not feel constantly hassled as in many other
countries, but after a couple of days it's more like going into your favourite pub and asking for your 'usual',
due to the warmth and friendliness of the locals.
Salam from Essaouira ...