Riad Bayti Marrakech
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- 2 heaped tsp ground cumin
- 1 flat tsp salt
- 1 flat tsp pepper
... paths that crisscrossed perfectly manicured gardens of trees, shrubs and cacti from all over the world. Jacques Majorelle was considered one of the most important collectors of plants of all time, with hundreds of species on show, helpful diagrams naming each plant and it's origin. Spiny cactuses sprawled across the ground, while huge palms shaded the paths from the sun. Delicate trickling fountains dotted the gardens at different points, and we meandered along through ...
... s hair cut was so far overdue that he was the talk of the group for most of the evening. He has apparently gone from an unkempt backpacker to a smart young man in several snips of the scissors. Some people claimed to barely recognise him. Judging by the recent comments on our blog you will all be relieved to see pictures of Steve sans crazy hair from now on.
Anyway, the food was reasonably priced ...
... road again and arrived in the much more modern city of Ouarzarzate. This modern feel is largely owed to the movie industry here, with movies such as Gladiator, The Hills Have Eyes, and Prometheus being shot here. Barb dropped us off at the CTM bus station and we thanked her for being so awesome to us. Stepping out of the car, the strong heat of the sun reminded me we were still in the depths of the desert. Thankfully ...
... begging you to take a picture of them would not bite you in the ass, but people in Marrakesh have enough experience with tourists to know that they can con people into paying them to take a picture. The man tried to charge Michelle 10 Euros (100 Dirhams) for the fruit then 20 Euros for the picture. He got pretty aggressive so we left the fruit and ran away. Second and third lesson learned—don't forget to follow the first lesson ...