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... get on that vino sharon. I despair... Touch down! And it's thunderstorming....for like 10 mins of downpour. Met Lara who had to wait while my passport controller went for a cheeky slash and a mint tea, holding up the line for a good 30 mins. Shared a taxi to the place jemaa el fna, met a helpful young laddo who took us to the road....who also asked for a tip, ...
... could not do enough to make sure we were happy and comfortable. We prepared our game plan for our 2.5 days we had in Marrakech to make sure we made the most of it. The plan for this day was to explore the city without getting lost. We went in search for a perfumery we had been told about without an actual address. It was always going to be ambitious but it did give us an opportunity to explore the city. The getting lost part, well that just seems you ...
... We then looked around the Souks (markets). These are pretty famous and historically had very good quality handmade crafts, leather goods, jewellery, carpets etc. Unfortunately most of it now is from China. Our guide in Fes had pointed out the difference in goods to us (besides the obvious designer knock offs which are easy to spot). On some small back streets we managed to find some of the genuine ones left where you can ...
... you for money one way or another...this is what we were told was all of Marrakech. Not quite so true. We always try and keep an open mind and form opinions for ourselves .... You never know how much someone else has traveled, who they are as people or if other issues were at play. Here is what we realized for ourselves: This Berber city, is the hub between the Sahara, the Atlas mountains and the anti-atlas. As Old as 1062, it's like stepping back in time. Inside the medina walls are ...
... in Ouarzazate, not only because of Ian's loud snoring and the barking of street dogs but also due to the all night music from the cafe Jour et Nuit downstairs. Jeremy was so wound up about the latter that he went into the bar the following morning, with all the customers about, and had one of his big tantrums. Not that I knew about this till he told me a little later in the day.
The Great Moroccan Hitch began with a bus ride out of town, and ...
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