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... about here. I, Alex Noiret, always like to assume the best of people. I assume that others want to help me out of the goodness of their hearts. But here, you can't even allow help to happen unless you're willing to pay up after. It's not said, but it's expected. Anyway - we're in the private van on our way towards the Atlas Mountains. Ali is our driver - he said "just think of Ali Babba! You'll remember". He speaks great English, surprisingly, and is kind. His wife is from San Diego, ...
... garden courtyards are particularly attractive. Next we move on to the El Badi Palace. This is the ruin of a very large palace which was built in the 16th century. The massive central courtyard comprises six sunken areas. Two of these are filled with water, and the other four with orange trees. They use the water to water the trees. We see the court room, and the dungeon that was used for political prisoners. Six prisoners were held ...
... Riad has four of them, plus a fifth one that is hanging down from the side of the roof and probably doesn't work. It seems a bit ironic that despite this we have no phone reception most of the time, the Internet moves at glacial speed, and there is no TV in our room. I don't miss TV. We had TVs in our rooms in Santorini and Malta and scarcely turned them on. I wonder why there are so many satellite dishes and what they are used for. I'm still not sure that anyone in ...
... their sons. They had recently got engaged and had started to plan for their wedding in June 2016. We caught up with them a few times and had dinner, a couple of bottles of wine and a few laughs with them on our last night in Marrakech.
We we flew back to London on Thursday afternoon. David had sent us an email the night before to tell us that the whole London Underground was closed due to industrial action and we would probably have to work out ...
... goodbye but then we were on our way to the train station. We got in line to buy tickets and when we got up to the ticket desk we asked for two to Fez at 11. We each paid for our tickets in DH and after the lady pointed at the clock and said 10:07. So we ran to the platform since we had 5 min before it left. Luckily things in Morocco never occur early and the train arrived at 10:07. We boarded a car and chose the first compartment which had two empty seats ...