With quite a busy port and an exotic beach resort lying down from the Kasbah, Agadir has been rebuilt entirely following a wrecking and devastating earthquake back in 1960. Now it is Morocco’s premier tourists’ destination to look magnificent Morocco’s sun, Morocco’s hot sand, beautiful pubs and the famous Agadir’s pizza. Large laid down the grid of the downtown clean streets and these streets are surrounded by quite spacious suburbs which are residential. The Agadir’s concrete inland quarters are quite ugly and one can even say sterile as a matter of fact but, the city has its stride at the beachfront promenade, and that’s where the Moroccan street life refreshes the sense of space. When you arch your boat to the south of white marina which is actually quite shiny, the hot-sandy beach will offer crystal clean water and the total of 300 very sunny days of the year and that’s unbelievable.
The Caters of Agadir are mainly the package-tourists holiday makers, and they will actually appeal quite less to independent or solo travellers, so better go with couple or family.The families will enjoy the relaxing and be wandering on the beach and that’s around the few sights of Morocco. But if you don’t have children probably the best option is to go elsewhere to enjoy the most of your visit in Agadir, Morocco.
Past the last century roughly, the city Dar-es-Salaam of Tanzania has grown quite real from just the sleepy and lazy Zaramo fishing village which is converted into a thriving and thrilling tropical metropolis and more than four million people live here. Wandering over some of the important sea routes of the world, I have witnessed that in East Africa’s the second-busiest port is Tanzania’s commercial hub. Instead of this, the notorious traffic jams are not cool, but the city sure has managed to handle the low-key i.e. down-to-earth feel.
The central area of Dar-es-Salaam is the Kivukoni Front and that has a real bustling fish market where several dhows dock at morning to take off some load that they had from the night’s catch. Brilliant craftsmanship markets and delicious Tanzanian restaurants abound. Dar es Salaam’s architecture is a diverse mix-up of the African, Indian, German and Arab arch structures, though much of the city’s dwarfed due to the towering high buildings.
Port Louis is one of the biggest in fact the largest there in Mauritius; the Port Louis is the kaleidoscope of cultures and countries, with bits of flashes and sparks of India, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and China. A great place to actually feel the pulse of the country Mauritius, where you can get the alternative adventures of the slant of the island’s resorts and exotic private luxury beaches. Amazing monuments can be seen here and the food is just astonishingly delicious, after all it o the mixture of a lot of great nations and that makes it a worthy of a tour.