The hiking trail from Coogee Beach to Bondi Beach is the most famous and probably most beautiful trail in Sydney. The trail runs all the time along the coast with steep cliffs and several beaches. Especially in summer the trail is a very popular destination for tourists but also for local joggers. The way is extremely well developed and in short distances there are benches, drinking water places, sports equipment and other things. The trail offers spectacular views of the coast, beaches, surfers in the water, and if you are lucky, dolphins and whales. Another highlight is the path at the cemetery. You should make the short detour through the cemetery and look at the old graves in the unique landscape.
The morning it had lasted then nevertheless until approx. 0900 until I came from the bed. Did also nothing, since my bus should drive only against 1300 and I did not really know what I should look at now. So I got ready, grabbed my still not quite dry things from the terrace, recharged all my batteries and finally said goodbye to Maschud. I missed the obligatory breakfast at the Jeema this time. I went back north through the medina to the exit where the bus station is.Continue reading “🇲🇦 2011 Morocco – Day 4 – Essaouria”
I woke up around 0900. It was bitterly cold and the wind was still whistling through the holes. The sea was also loud. The set of laundry, which I had washed the evening before, was not dried at all because of the humidity at the sea. I went into the community shower and packed up afterwards my stuff and determined that the Digicam would have hardly longer electricity. With the computer it didn’t look any better. I cursed again on the socket and left the dirty chamber direction sun. I walked again along the city wall through the area that was warned in the planet, again towards the center of the medina and finally again towards the bus station, about 10 min outside the walls of the medina.Continue reading “🇲🇦 2011 Morocco – Day 5 – Agadir / Inezgane”
This time I woke up before sunrise. In the night it had become quite cold and I woke up from the eternal cough of a man, who would not make it much longer judging by the cough. I was content with a meager laundry and went with my stuff one floor down into an already opened cafe. Here I could enjoy again the decent Moroccan coffee which has a decent caffeine content. I was with my winter clothing on the way and nevertheless it was already quite cold. After the coffee I went to a shop and got some flat bread and cheese for the trip to Tiznit and on to Sidi Ifni.Continue reading “🇲🇦 2011 Morocco – Day 6 – Sidi Ifni / Legzira”