Riad La Perle de Marrakech
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Today was a bit of a wash as it mainly consisted of waiting around for the overnight train to Tangier. Check out at our Riad was 11am so we hung around in the common area for a couple of hours until we got hungry and decided to leave in search of food. As the main square was practically on the way to the train station we decided to strap on our bags and stop there for lunch. It was a cheap meal of chicken shawarma and chips where despite ...
... filled couple of weeks on the tour we did as little as possible today. Steven watched YouTube videos most of the day whilst I read and did some organisation for our trip. We did venture out for a delicious lunch after which we got horribly lost trying to get back to our guesthouse. We could see using our GPS where we needed to go but finding a way through the winding alleyways was literally like walking through a maze. 'Helpful' locals constantly ...
... up to us and asked where we were headed, and we said "we are catching the train to Marrakech tonight". So the man said he would help is buy tickets, put out bags on storage and give us a quick tour of the city. At the time, it sounded to good to be true, but we soon found out, we were being taken on a wild goose chase throughout Tanger and being completely stitched up. So after purchasing our train tickets (we were unable to secure beds for the night train, so we had to settle for ...
Day 228 Day totals: 10 hrs, 12.9 kms At the last minute I manage to squeeze in another stop on Marrakech on my way from Agadir to Casablanca in order to finish that last 13 km stretch from Asni to Tahanaout. Not quite as enjoyable as my group hike, as my backpack rips open and I have to sort of carry it under my arm the who way (I manage to find a tailor in Marrakech to fix in--in time for my Big Trip ...
... my leadership skills are put to the test. If I were alone, I'd climb down the cliff. But there's 10 of us, and the risk of someone getting hurt is pretty high.
Suddenly I have flashbacks of when I was 13 years old, hiking with Pablo in the mountains of central Mexico. My pet crow flow down to the bottom of a canyon, and I suggested that we look for a way down to follow it. Pablo went first... fell down the cliff, breaking his arm, nose and both his pelvis ...
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