Riad Amira Victoria
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... we agreed that Marrakesh, the second time around wasn’t such a terrible place after all. That is until we ventured outside the Garden of Eden in the Burkmobil to look for the elusive supermarket and thanks to a diversion found ourselves careering around the Medina yikes!! A manic video game of dodging vehicles, animals and pedestrians followed as we drove, stopped, and reversed from one dead end to another in the hope of finding the ...
... stepping stones made of old sacks. It is in the desert and it was very windy so sand was blowing in my eyes. The village has been used in lots of movies like The Mummy, Indiana Jones, and Gladiator. I thought it was awesome but very sandy. We saw some more camels. Then we drove onto Ouarzazate, which is called Hollywood of Morocco. There were some movie studios there and we had a look around. Then we had the long drive back through the Atlas Mountains. It took more than 3 ...
... rent a car and do a nice loop. The 40C/105F hit us like an oven when we exited the train.
The taxi and petit taxi drivers are one big mafia, extorting quadruple the fare from tourists. It took a couple of tries before we found a taxi who was willing to use the meter. Not able ...
... yet another performance. This time from a man in bright red T shirt and matching knee length shorts who suddenly begins shouting at everyone whilst walking up and down the bus. We think its some kind of religious rant. His cries are now directed at one woman in particular. She is covering her face with her headscarf. Is she crying, laughing, or just embarrassed? Next he kisses the head of the lady in black sitting opposite. Then its back ...
... prices of things, though, bec we get suck if getting ripped off. Still, some won't negotiate. Majorly variable. Anyway, we decided that 20 was what we wanted to pay, went through 3 cabbies but someone agreed, then the fight (it got a little physical) was over that 20 dirham ride which is about $2.50 and not super close. So apparently 20 rate is still fair and desirable. Noted for next time. Terrace Dinner - terrace overlooking the huge square was a great way to finish a first ...