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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to prove her point. She didn’t need words for us to understand what she meant by the gesture and my sister later described it as the moment when we knew that we loved Souad.
After finishing our shopping, we headed back to the Café and climbed three flights of narrow and steep stairs to the top floor of the building. Along the way we passed several rooms with different seating arrangements and plush sofas for people to sit in while enjoying their coffee ...
Fes. So, the plan was to head to Fes the next day after our quick stop back in our Riad in Marrakech. However those plans soon changed when Jed woke up at 3am with food poisoning. By the time we should have been heading to the train station he was in no fit state to travel so we just hung about Marrakech for the day. We ventured out to try and change our train tickets as we'd pre booked them. Once again we figured that we would have to ...
... and delicious as my other meals. And that brings us all up to date with me writing this from the rooftop of my Riad cause I figured I just haven't quite been on enough rooftops today. I am absolutely loving Morocco it's every bit as fascinating and exotic as I dreamed it would be, with far fewer of the annoyances I'd prepared myself for - though everyday I wake up and think is this going to be the day I'm harassed by someone who won't let me alone so I certainly have to ...
... br> At this point Khalid introduced us to another word, which has now become my favorite word ever: Shooffing. Shooffing means “gawking” – looking… I like the sound of it. I like what it means. I LOVE THIS WORD! He pointed out all the men at the cafés shooffing; sitting at the sidewalk cafes, drinking coffee or tea, or whatever and watching the world (and the ladies) go by – only men by ...
... chickens, killed just for you (but not until weighed to see how much to pay), camel meat, crepes, shoes, shirts, fruits veges, meat, spices, fabulous coloured nougat, nuts, mountains of mint, leather ware, carpets, tinware, lamps, candles, silks, scarves, jallabas (?) on and on and on. This was real markets for the 400,000 inhabitants not a tourist market - although they happened to be able to take us to a carpet co-operative, a tannery and leather goods shop and ...