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Travel Blogs from Marrakech
... 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, ...
... in up to 4 languages! English however was a newer language to the country with the tourism for many years coming mainly from Europe. Dinner was as to be expected from a market square. We opted for a mix shiska plate , a pastilla (moroccan version of a pie) and the cous cous. We couldn't say it was the best meal we had eaten, we still weren't even sure what the different meats where, but it was extremely cheap (coming to about Aud10 including ...
... of the Marrakech Medina. In the mornings it has a large market selling medicinal plants, freshly squeezed orange juice, nuts and confectionary. But at night it really comes alive with pop up grill stands/restaurants, musicians, dancers and snake-charmers. We were quite hungry so headed to one of the grill stands for dinner. We got olives, chilli sauce, bread, vegetable couscous, mixed meat grilled skewers and yummy potato ...
... During our stay in Essouira we celebrated Floyd's 21st in true Brit abroad fashion by taking part in the highly traditional Moroccan sport of quad biking on the beach. That evening the celebrations continued with copious amounts of alcohol before we returned to the hostel to find that the four of us would be getting that bit closer by sharing a bed for the night, kushty. We departed essouira for Taghazhout on recommendation by a group of ...
... this morning and Bahia Palace. Decided to stay in Djemaa el Fna Square at the end where bazaar and all the shops are located. Was about 1-2pm at this stage but at least shaded once around shops. You could have had picture taken holding a monkey but I kept well away. And snake charmers as well. Haggling to get ībargainsī, although who knows whether still paid too much. 10 dirhams equals about 1 euro. So having to do conversions all the time ...
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