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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Dirham and demanded 50!! (About 5 Euros) What could I do? We’d still be in there if he didn’t show us the way. A very quiet night followed as we had a cooking course booked the following day.
We rose bright-eyed and bushy tailed the next day – mainly due to forced sobriety – haha! After breakfast, I grabbed a hand drawn map from reception and was determined to master the souks and find my way to the square. We only made one ...
... up afterwards, which isn't all that bad really since I don't mind cooking, though I don't love the cleaning up afterwards! Another of the days that was different was the Sunday. You may recall last Sunday we visited Terre D'Amanar which was an obstacle course place, this Sunday we visited Oasiria which is a small water park just outside Marrakech and it was a fun day for all of us. It's like a quite small wet 'n' wild with a few watersides and a wave ...
... better with this whole thing. First as a cheap mandatory escape, now an unusual developing story. Accomplishments today, well I learned my first Arabic song. It's a little hard to enjoy all of this when I had no desire to learn or know anything Arabic or French for that matter (the main language spoken here). Back at the riad, a few hours pass of chatting with a fellow volunteer and swapping travel stories until we decide to retire to our rooms for the night. The day ...
... are open as we climbed to the top of the fortress for views overlooking some of Morocco's mountainous peaks. Later, we visited with an old woman who still called the kasbah at home. Though sparse, it was an up close look at what life was like in the kasbah.
Back in the van, we continued on the road through the High Atlas mountains, heading up to 2200m through the Tizi n'Tichka pass with endless breathtaking views of Moroccan ...
... the last thing we should've done whilst lost in an apparently impossible maze. We found an exit within minutes and knew exactly where we were! Thinking it had been too easy and had to be a fluke, we plunged back in, turning this way and that without leaving a trail of breadcrumbs and tried again... and again, in a matter of minutes, we'd found our way out and although in a different spot, still knew exactly where we were. Now we were just getting annoyed - we'd ...