Riad La Perle de Marrakech
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... above hillsides swabbed with speckled grass and thorny bush; a towering soft tangerine dune with sensual lines sculpted by raging desert storms. She is the melodic call of a masked weaver during a streaky pink sunrise; the triumphant yip-yip-yip of a spotted hyena cheering on the night. Africa is horns, trunks, spotted fur, graceful bounders, ruthless carnivores and feathers of a thousand colours. Africa is ...
... to the city. It's still full summer along Clifton Beach. Skinny boys play cricket on the sand. Teenagers in black wetsuits ride the curling wave. Anchored offshore is a small flotilla of pleasure craft packed with bronzed young people. The party is in full swing. We hear its rhythm. We order espresso and fresh fruit tarts at a quaint French bakery in the De Waterkant, Cape Town's garishly painted up gay quarter. We hang out with Nancy, a modern day ...
... were a lot of problems seeing much of anything that I wanted to see as most places were closed. Things did liven up a bit in the afternoon, and much more in the evening, but most of the museums and places of interest were still closed. The next day I woke up early and hopped a train out of town.
When most Americans hear the word Casablanca, they’re likely to conjure up some romanticized images of the WWII Humphrey Bogart film. The reality is quite a ...
... has a tout, each acting like your friend, putting their arms around your shoulders, trying to beckon you in... But the best way to know where to eat is to follow the locals. Wandering over to stall No. 31 felt right - their tout, an old man, was friendly but not pushy, and seeing how packed it was (and with Moroccans, not foreigners) compared to the other stalls pretty much made the decision for us. I had a wonderful ...
... shop. It's is simply a crazy, stressful place. If you can put aside the constant haggling, the invitations to see ones shops, the incessant pleading for business, and the locals following you asking you for guides around the markets, then Marrakesh might be for you. If any of that sounds like it might be too much, then plan on a shirt stay - it's like that all day and night, as soon as you step out of your Riad oasis. One needs at least a good day wandering around the old city ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool