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... Pretty sweet deal. We weren't sure of what to expect so we wore our bathing suits. The lady doing the Hammam laughed at us in our suits and pointed at my top so we took them off. We went into a tile room that had to large benches connected to the wall. We laid on the benches which were hot and she poured water on us. She also did the scrub and washed that off. Then rubbed some mud from the Atlas Mountains all over us and we laid on the the warm tile. The ...
... We got to the Gare Marrakech and tried to buy tickets from the machine but it didn't take cards or cash just coins so we went to the window and bought them. It was 240DH for each of us. Then we were on a mission to find an ATM. We found one and I tried to use it and it didn't really work. Once we got to Rabat we tried multiple ATMs all of which weren't working. We finally realized it's because they had no money in them because they weren't going to be refilled until Monday. We ...
... and waited. It turns out the group we had walked by was on the trip too. We drove to the camels but traffic was bad because a coca cola truck had tipped over. We finally got to the place and they gave us tea and we gave them our email to get free pictures. They put the headscarves on us and we walked over to get our camels. Janine got on first. Then it was my turn. I hopped on and then I ripped my pants. The rip wasn't too bad though. We rode the camels for quite a while and then ...
... falls tomorrow and I realized if I didn't get bug spray I might be eaten alive since I'm already being bit here and Janine's not. I also figured out what I wanted to get jake so I was on the lookout for that as well. We went to the square and then down a big street looking for a pharmacy with no luck. So we walked through the square where they sell food that you sit down to eat at. And then I found jakes present. So now that I had accomplished one thing we ...
... later, we actually arrived at the palace. And what a surprise, it was open. Construction of the Bahia palace began in the 1860s and took 14 years to decorate. Elaborate rooms and mosaic filled courtyards. Only a handful of the 150 rooms are open to the public. It was quite busy, full of tour groups (the first time we've seen big groups in Marrakech!). The gardens were full of orange trees. It took an hour to walk back to our riad from here. We walked along ...