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Travel Blogs from Marrakech
... his nose up at my 40 dirham cents. Looked as menacing as a skinny 16 year old can be bless him. Fooded in the square on some heavy gravied tagline and bits, all for about 7 pounds each? Word of warning, free refills of that amazing sweet mint tea will give you diabetes...or at least a buzz that will last a good length of time!! It's not 1:43am been a busy boy! ...
... out into the craziness of the Marrakech medina we opted for a Morccan beer on the roof top terrace first to reflect on how incredible the last few days had been and to brace ourselves to enter back into the hecticness of a Moroccan medina.
That night we headed to the square for what we had been told would be a very authentic meal. After a few "detours" we entered the hustle and bustle of the night markets. Despite being nearly 830pm ...
... 24/7. We then walked into the Medina to find our Riad. A Riad is a traditional Moroccan house with an internal courtyard and I was keen to try experience one so thought Marrakech would be a good place to do it. This is because it is so lively at night and all the campgrounds are based quite far out of town so didn’t want to have to worry about getting back late at night. Well the Riad was hard to find (as there were no ...
... bashing the seller down from 130 to 30 Dirham (it turned out I had bought a hash pipe) the barter was inexplicably satisfying though! This initial bargain set me on a roll, during which I scored 2 Moroccan lamps, 2 shisha pipes and a handful of gifts for people at home all from less than a quarter of the original asking price. Another seller re-informed me that I haggled like a Berber lady - we were in a highly animated game of emotional charades for the duration ...
... in some of the smaller places along the way. This turned out to be a great way to start our trip in Morocco. Our first three stops were Casablanca to the Imperial City of Meknes and then to the quiet country town of Moulay Idriss that is an important Islamic pilgrimage site, with a short Grand Taxi ride to the Roman ruins of Volubilis. In our first week we hardly saw ...
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