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... a break from the Iberostar and an extra 2 nights at our Marrakech hotel. It still continued to rain and despite being bitterly disappointed we were pleased we made the decision not to go. In fact the rain didn't ease off until the day we left Agadir on the 1 December. Back in Marrakech I got sick - a chest infection and have gone through my second package of antibiotics. So for most of Marrakech I have been feeling rather ordinary. We have stayed mostly in the hotel as I hadn't had ...
... whose torches flickered in the dimness about half a kilometer away. So we sat and waited and watched the sands turn from grey, to silver, and then salmon pink as the sun rose. We were joined by three Spaniards and their dog, who had the most delightful time tearing up and down the dunes, digging holes, and harassing some local ravens. Once the sun was up, we returned to our caravan and made our slow journey home. It was an unforgettable morning, so peaceful, timeless ...
... golf courses. Looking at the lushness of the turf there must be millions of litres of precious water used, all in the name of golf which clearly must be a big income generator. From the air the oasis of each course was a remarkable sight and looked weirdly out of place in this hot dry climate. We paused along to way to take photos of the Berber Village. The Berbers were the first people here but fled to the hills ...
... on two sides and the other two sides border on vacant property the king purchased as a buffer to maintain the privacy of the venue. The road to the hotel is completely private and is heavily guarded, adding to its exclusivity. We are having lunch with Mark and Karen Hodges, a couple we met on the trip who we really enjoy, and are literally the only ones dining in this wonderful outdoor courtyard ...
... construct their food stalls (a lot of work to go through every night!), along with lots of monkeys dressed in outlandish outfits, secured to their owners by leashes and chains. Frankly, it is sad to see the monkeys kept in this way, as they are obviously not happy. We see many of them pulling back on their chains, not wanting to be confined or controlled as they are. The monkey handlers are just as maniacal about demanding money for a single photo, so we ...