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The next time our bus stopped was for lunch. All along the road we had seen little rope bridges which lead you across the river and onto the opposite bank to a particular cafe/restaurant. We turned up to a similar set up, only minus the rope bridge, instead there was a sort of make-shift bridge over logs to cross the river. The setting of the restaurant was lovely with our table being sat pretty much in the river bed (there were some in the river but I didn’t fancy spending the rest of the day soaked). For lunch we were given a set three course menu to chose from and we both opted for salads, tagines and yoghurt. Now normally I wouldn’t have a salad away, as you can never be sure of how it is prepared, whether they wash it properly, with what water, do they use the same knives as for meat etc, but my boyfriend is quite care-free when it comes to that sort of thing and was getting into travelling and so I went along with him. I’m going to take this moment to tell you to be careful if you don’t know how your salad/fruit is prepared, anything raw really, but you don’t want to spend your whole time away scared and worrying about eating. We both had the Moroccan salad to start, then my boyfriend opted for the chicken and vegetable tagine, whilst I had the chicken and lemon tagine. They were both very tasty and we decided to get a tagine of our own to try out recipes when we got to Agadir. After our mains and yoghurts we wandered about, paddling in the river until it was time to set off on our hike to the waterfall…

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