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A blog about surfing in Morocco« on: March 21 2011 13:03:00 »
Here is a blog about surfing in Morocco where you can find everything about the surfing in this surfers paradise: Surfing spots, Moroccan riders and competitors and also all news related. check out www.surfinginmorocco.blogspot.com
RE: A blog about surfing in Morocco« Reply #2 on: March 21 2011 18:03:00 »
I would say thay Diarea is something that any one that changes his alimentation would get: if you follow the rule of cooked or pealed, you would keep safe till u get used to the climate and food. for hipatitis, i've never heard of it here, and i see quiet a lot of people around in Taghazout. Hope some people will attest on this forum
RE: A blog about surfing in Morocco« Reply #3 on: March 25 2011 12:03:00 »
pay attention to some surf schools like africa extrem. we were very disappointed about the qualitiy of the equipment and the surf lessons. finally they are just intersted to bring you standing at the 2nd day without teaching technique for the further steps .... and the organisation is confused and disordered. nice people but unrelieble, we still waiting for money payed back....
RE: A blog about surfing in Morocco« Reply #4 on: March 25 2011 16:03:00 »
Let's face it, the country is a dump... dodgy food indeed, ok waves but Anchor point can have more ozzies on it on a good day than Bueleigh heads
RE: A blog about surfing in Morocco« Reply #5 on: June 03 2012 13:06:00 »
When traveling outside of the so-called 'western world' you have to employ strict hygiene rules when eating out. On my trip to Morocco I did notice a lot of people get ill, but they were ignorant people who had no clue about basic hygiene rules. Mostly they were drinking tap water or eating salads and fish in local places. If you are not used to it avoid it. Most of the time it is travelers ignorance that makes them ill.
RE: A blog about surfing in Morocco« Reply #6 on: June 18 2012 15:06:00 »
Dude, don't give up on the blog, keep the news coming, specially the stuff about the locals and internationals ripping over there. Get them to talk about the spots and their experiences there; that is always valuable insight.
RE: A blog about surfing in Morocco« Reply #7 on: December 20 2012 04:12:00 »
Hey guys! Stop being so harsh about Morocco! Its amazing country and if you want to travel you have to be open to different food and the possibility of illness but if you are careful + take care then all is good. Im staying at surf star Morocco and have not had any problems just great waves tasty food + friendly people!!!
RE: A blog about surfing in Morocco« Reply #8 on: April 11 2013 05:04:00 »
I have been living and working in Morocco for the past five years. From all the places I have surfed the waves around Agadir are the most relaxed. The locals are great guys and girls. The people who have problems here usually are the ones that don't respect the global rules of surfing. Be friendly and you will be received in the kind.
Food-wise I agree with what was said above. This is a warm country with its own cooking culture. If you have a sensitive stomach rent an apartment and cook yourself.
Not every surf school or camp is the same. Check TripAdvisor or some other website to check for good recommendations.
Finally If you don't like the country, go someplace else. There are so many places to surf.
Hope to see you out in the waves.