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... He is Muslim but enjoys a drink occasionally. The hotel refused to serve him wine as he was a Muslim. I found this very difficult and don't get it. Marrakech is very expensive and the locals pay as much as the tourists - think multi national companies are making a killing and the government is placing little control on them... Parts of the Medina were difficult at times for me to take - the shock of it but makes one think about what a privileged life we lead compared with others in the ...
... whose torches flickered in the dimness about half a kilometer away. So we sat and waited and watched the sands turn from grey, to silver, and then salmon pink as the sun rose. We were joined by three Spaniards and their dog, who had the most delightful time tearing up and down the dunes, digging holes, and harassing some local ravens. Once the sun was up, we returned to our caravan and made our slow journey home. It was an unforgettable morning, so peaceful, timeless ...
Our last two nights before Marrakech are at this lovely getaway, Ksar Shama, only about an hour outside of Marrakech. It's up in the mountains, within a national park though, and is a peaceful little spot. Beautiful outdoor swimming pool and lounging areas and really nice rooms, some with wood burning fire places. We had ...
... hide my tears from the others during the taxi ride back to the riad.
I didn’t feel like doing much through lunch, but me and a couple of the girls walked the local streets enjoying the bus and buying tagines and handmade pots to bring home.
Early evening we returned to the school to continue with the Paint Project we’d started before. This time ...
... onto the pile a largish rock rolled off the pile and into the van. Lots of back and forth between the driver, guide and digger operator as to who was at fault and more importantly – who would pay for the damage. We learnt during this episode, that you need not bother calling the police, they won’t come! In Zagora, we were treated to an ancient library containing some really really old books and a demonstration on how the ...