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TripAdvisor Reviews Riad Aliya Marrakech
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... people. Passengers stand in crowded aisles, trying to keep hold of all their luggage, etc. But luck was on my side this time. First class tickets with assigned seats for Karyn and ...
... and to give these to people and say they are from Marrakech in Africa! Oustide of the Souk Markets was unbelieveable...I still felt like the 36 hours I was there was all just a dream. I have always dreamed of saying I made it to Africa and watched Sex and the City filmed exactly where I was walking. There was snake charmers, monkeys on leashes waiting to be held, ladies offering to do henna tattoos, fresh orange juice stands, horse buggies, and typical Moroccan people. Anywhere ...
... There was a handful of houses which we walked through and came across goats, sheep and chickens. We were then invited into a Berber house which was two storeys. The ground floor had 3 rooms, included shower room and two rooms which housed a cow and its calf and a donkey. The second floor included 1 small bedroom, two kitchens one for making food and one for making tea and a lounge area. We all congregated in the lounge area were the Berber lady made fresh mint ...
... suspicious of the elderly man who sat behind the bar of the restaurant we ate at, who seemed to be enjoying the Spanish soap opera that was blaring at eardrum-piercing volume on the TV in the corner a little too much. We quickly realised that his amusement was directly related to the multiple cups of brandy that he was helping himself to behind the bar. After we were served our desert of cake, he gave Michele a strange grin and then proceeded to stumble over and ...
... a bustling hive of activity with an ecclectic range of bazzars and stalls. It was like stepping back in time with snake charmers and monkeys on chains, the traffic had no rhyme or reason with taxis, cars, mopeds and buses darting everywhere. It was certainly a culture shock as it waslike no other place we had been to before but this made it all the more exciting.
We now just had to find our hostel through the maze of corridors and streets (how we ever found our ...