Riad Dar Nimbus
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We had an amazing day today - a small group of us - Jenny, Sharon, Grant & Tricia, Neil & Pam, Bing & Sue, Maureen, David, me and of course our tour guide Lhoucin drove about an hour and a half to a village called Imlil which is the starting point for the climb up the High Atlas Mountains. While everyone else walked, Bing and I rode mules which was fun ...
... The collection of Yves Saint Laurent's hand painted Christmas cards is also on display. We left the gardens at 5.15pm and hitched a ride by horse and carriage . 120 Dirhams for the four of us and a different way to dodge our way back to the Hotel. Shower and a walk to a close by restaurant for dinner. Nice meal again and a stroll home. Still find it hard to believe that smoking is allowed in all the restaurants at the ...
I used a thesaurus to find as many words as possible that mean the same thing as a maze, and came up with these alternatives...... a labyrinth, warren, network and confusion. I needed as many words as possible to try and describe the medina (old, walled town) and the souks (markets) of Marrakech. If you can imagine narrow, dead-end alleyways with hundreds of people, donkey carts, motor cycles, bicycles and ...
... nothing. Oh well, hindsight and all that.
After an hour drive we arrive at Meknes where we complete a panoramic tour of Meknes (aka we drove around and took photos from the van). Back in the van for 2 hrs until we stopped at a mall for McD’s, KFC & Pizza Hut. I went with Meghan to the food court before ditching her for McD’s. Bad friend, I know. But she tracked me down using her amazing intuition. Just kidding, I told her where I ...
... you can buy it. Last night we walked through the souks then went upstairs where we ate tea, watched the sunset and then saw all the action in the square. Souks close about 8 ish and the square comes alive. There are hundreds of small outdoor restaurants, orange drink sellers, snake charmers, musicians, fir-eaters, trained monkeys and the list goes along. It is really the most amazing place with lots of noise and thousands of ...