Lights on Malabata Corniche
It rained, of course. After breakfast, we had wandered along the street to Kandinsky for ice cream and healthy fruit drinks. I also had very warming ginger tea. Comparing prices with other venues this week, we realised Kandinsky is actually quite expensive.
While there, perusing our phones, Karim greeted us. He had stayed in our apartment during August and was back in Tangier to find an apartment for himself. He had been shocked by the prices. An unfurnished flat measuring 100 sq m with a sea view now fetches €250,000. He agreed with me when I said I had bought at the right time.
Back at the apartment, we discovered that it was warming up nicely. In view of the continuing rain, we stayed in to read and only went out to enjoy a smashing supper at the Puerto Rico restaurant downstairs.
The rain had virtually stopped by the time we finished so we ploughed back up the road towards Malabata with camera bag and tripod to capture this view of the new lights on the concreted concourse overlooking Malabata Bay. Even Len had to agree it was a stunning sight.