Also, the teenagers on the plane loud and being party animals. I felt like on a train and not on plane. Usually, according to my experience, in a plane people behave and are quiet. On this ride, it was the opposite for that group of English-speaking teens.
Take into consideration that I was sleep-deprived, hungry and thirsty. That affected my observation.
Around 8pm I arrived in Agadir and I met this cool skateboarder-surfer (in the airport) who is also writer, programmer, cryptocurrency guy and kick-ass Manchesterian - we’re sharing a similar mindset in terms of our joy of walking, wealth/money creation, assets and the enjoyment of the ride (traveling) while building stuff. He’s staying in Taghazout which is more of a relaxed town with direct access to the beach. It was a good taxi ride with him. I paid 150 MAD for like a half an hour ride.
Then in the hotel (Adrar Agadir) I paid 924 MAD (~85) for 4 nights which is ok. The hotel is ok. Not the best, not the worst. Construction works during the daytime and the charm of a hotel built decades ago (maybe in the 1960s).
So, day 7 (on Feb 7) was long. The day actually started when I made my way back to Berlin which started on Feb 5. So, it was three days. No surprise that I slept for quite a long time in the night from day 7 to day 8. But that’s what I’ll cover in my day 8 update.
Thanks for reading.
I appreciate you. This was day 7 of 120, I’m validating my 👷♂️ startup https://studiolist.io within 4 months while traveling and working (day job, voiceover). If there’s no market validation until Jun 1, 2019 the startup 🧟♂️ dies.
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