Riad Dar Karma
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRiad Dar Karma Marrakech
wow...absolutely stunning interior....truly Moroccan. The rooms were incredibly comfortable, clean and staff were friendly. Very little English was spoken which at times caused us some confusion and not knowing where to go etc. the food was outstanding!!
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... that they will be nearly as long as they have been. They will still be here though, got a few exciting things in store. When I arrived in London I caught a bus to Victoria street coach station then walked with my friend to Tottenham Court Road and caught night bus to Mile End. I arrived at 5 and thankfully Dina came down to let me in. What a journey but well worth it. No issues in the early hours of the London morning this time but thankfully I had my friend with ...
... pulling bread and pushing it down onto sizzling hot plates. Men clamoured at a stand selling fresh smoothies, devouring them like drunken students guzzling beer. Unfortunately, what we had failed to anticipate was that our journey home coincided with the end of prayers, and a deluge of people suddenly flooded into the streets, motorbikes, push bikes, handcarts and pedestrians all fighting for their own path through the pandemonium of the tightly packed alleyways. We ...
... this place buzzes, things to see, touch, hear, taste but the biggest one was that the changes in smell from one place to the next.
Rasheed showed me so much more than I would have seen under my own steam, he asked where I wanted to eat and I explained that I fancied a Tagine, he instantly invited me to eat in his home with his family. We then met up with his brother and went shopping in the back streets, we walked further into the non ...
... We explored, fascinated by the small maze of sidestreets and the little shops. Katie acquired a Gucci handbag which, after haggling over the price, cost around £6. I wonder if it was genuine...
From Demnate, we continued to the great natural bridge at Imi n'Ifri, a huge cave right through the hillside. The parking area by a number of shops on top of the "bridge" was crowded, but a helpful local indicated where ...
... it was genuine or not I had a great time & decided I would be happy to visit Marrakech again.
Things I recommend in Marrakech:
- Experience a Hammam
- Haggle yourself a good deal in the souks
- Stay in a riad
- Sit in the front circle of some great music
- Eat at a stall in the evening
- Escape from a carpet shop
- Get lost & find yourself reaching the walls of the city
- Try some delicious authentic moroccan ...