Zdjęcia, którymi dzielę się z Wami dzisiaj zrobiłam w Agadirze, mieście w którym zaczęliśmy naszą "wyprawę". Spędziliśmy tam tylko dwa dni, ale to w zupełności wystarczyło żeby zwiedzić to miasto i porządnie się nim znudzić. Nie podobał mi się mas turystyczny klimat tego miejsca z całą masą hoteli all-inclusive i praktycznie całkowity brak kultury marokańskiej. Mimo to, dobrze było zobaczyć, że Maroko ma do zaoferowania i takie miejsca.
Morocco was the place where I spent last week. The trip was part of my degree and there are loads of assignments connected with it, but for now I look back to the recent days and when I look outside of my window I can't believe that only yesterday I was in a place with amazing sun and 24°C.
Pictures that I'm sharing with you today were taken in Agadir, which was our first stop in Morocco. We've been there only for two days but it was just enough to see the town and get tired of it. I didn't like this typically mass tourism resort with loads of all-inclusive hotels and almost no sign of Moroccan culture. Still, it was good to see that Morocco has places like that on offer.
We started off at Agadir's port which showed us that there is much more to Agadir than tourism.
After that, we carried on to a very touristy observation point. Nevertheless, the view was absolutely stunning...
Yellow in NY, black in London, red in Agadir. Guess the cab colour changes depending on the climate.
Souk in Agadir was really tiny comparing to the one in Marrakech.
We got to spend our lunch break at the beach. Is there anything better in February?