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... The market square was a different experience during the day, as soon as we arrived I had snake thrust at me and we had to avoid the men with the monkeys as they put them on you then make you pay for a photo..... full of disease apparently poor things. Kate had a picture taken with some cobras (while silently ******** her pants) and they guy tried to make her pay 100 Dirham.... she gave him 10!! After a nice relaxing Shisha is in a roof top bar we said good bye to the ...
... As a rule, these cars are old wide Mercedeses and they accommodate 6 passengers – 4 on the backseat, and 2 in front, next to the driver. Mercedes is a wide car, but how wide it can be? It is cramped and uncomfortable, especially if you are sitting in front in the middle, so every time the driver wants to switch gears, you need to lift your bottom, as you are
practically sitting on the gearstick.
The taxi brought us back to the hot Marrakesh. We ...
... said 50 but think he was just trying to impress!! Jolly damn hot anyway! Took some time to cool down and de-stress after the mornings events before finding our way to Marrakechs main square.
And this is why it we came!! !!!!!!!!
Mind blowing, with all senses being attacked at once!. Hundreds and hundreds of people (only HUNDREDS because its early) mingling with donkeys and carts, with dancing troupes beating their drums, and snake ...
... around chatting and drinking on the sun terrace then, this afternoon, taking a dip in the river. This had been unthinkable yesterday but it has been another hot dat without a breeze, so i was talked into it. I wish i hadn't been though as it was bloody freezing. It was literally i, pose for a photo under the waterfall, then out much to the amusement of Mitch, Doug and Louise as well as all the passers by. Thankfully the sun soon dried me ...
... my fellow humans once again. This time its a group of young tourists, accompanied by a couple of guides and a herd of mules to haul all their stuff. "Salaam aaleikum!" I greet one of the guides, "How far is it down to Lake Ifni?" "About 6 hours" he tells me. That's a lot of walking still. Then he looks at me again. "Did you walk all the way from the top of Toubkal already? Oh, then you'll make it in 3 hours!" That sounds much better. And three hours it is. ...