Maroc the Kasbah: Combining cultures in convivial Agadir
In the aftermath of a tragic earthquake that claimed the lives of over a third of its population, Agadir rebuilt its infrastructure and its reputation as a modern, maritime city where white, sandy beaches are just minutes away from wide open boulevards
Being ushered into an adjacent room at the airport by officials in hushed tones can catapult one’s holiday in two very different directions. In my case, it signalled the beginning of an enduring warm feeling that prevailed over the course of the three days I spent recently in the Moroccan coastal city of Agadir.
While this writer wrongfully assumed that biscuits on a plate were a delicacy enjoyed mainly by the Irish, it is also ...