Okay, whenever you're ready.
I don't know how they were parked/camped, I do know they've been full-timing for 6 years, so not novices, or maybe just lucky. We went and had a look at the La Marina site just before I started this thread and most people there had their chairs and stuff outside, so...you can break the rules. friends of donnas might have done . bet they park in future not camp.
...and I don't think La Marina is particularly discreet, it's maybe too close to beach and restaurants to be?When I read the blogs (past and present) from those that are or have been travelling over the water, they seem to find some nice spots seldom alone. Guess it's all about that little thing called 'Being Discreet'
Another current blog, which i am sure I have mentioned before is www.theworldisourlobster.com and they are also touring Morocco at the moment. It's good to see that the wilderness and robbers and thieves are not really as scary as your imagination would have you believeFor anyone who isn't following 'Silver Drifter's' blog then you are really missing a fantastic account of Steve's current road trip through Marocco (www.steve-dowdeswell.blogspot.com) The roads he is following (I use the term roads very loosely) and the places and people he is encountering just make the accelerator foot start to twitch, well written with Steve's injection of humour, this could be a best seller (so best not read the blog just buy the book if he ever decides to publish)
Truly awesome photo's, now that's the other side of fulltiming, not sure my current vehicle would suit the terrain though as SD is beginning to find out in his, hasn't stopped him but a few days of DIY ahead for him me thinksheresa few more .hope youwill be ble to magnify them in . we really are there in those vehicles .bob had his glasgow service bus i,m in the vw ,gary my neighbour was in an ldv convoy ex parcel force van. we decided to take the tracks . you can travel all over maroc on tarmac but thats too easy for us. even these just dont quite show the hights but it was fun.