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... accommodation for that night; I had left my bag and passports at my previous hostel in Marrakech. I emailed them and asked if there was a chance of staying the night on the roof, as they were fully booked. They said no problem so when I arrived I headed there, as I was exhausted. When I arrived I was greeted by the hostel owner who was way too friendly than I she should have been. I found out why about 5 minutes later when she sat me down to try and cut me ...
... road kill of you. Eventually, following a long hike, traversing huge pavements with kerbs like cliff edges, we passed through the thick walls of he he old city, punctuated with huge holes, and arrived at the iconic minaret of the Koutoubia Mosque - one of the symbols of the city, famous throughout the world and an ever-present navigation tool. From here, the assault on the senses really began. Horse and carriages lined the streets, their gentle harrumphing and occasional impatient ...
... an unharnessed guide who would pull you up the last part of any cliff face until you felt your arms would dislocate! Steve and I have competed some pretty scary and strenuous hikes, runs, paddles and waves in our time but I can honestly say that this one took tremendous energy, lots of willpower and athleticism to conquer. Some of our group never made it and had to go back down and one girl was so sick that our bus was forced to stop twice on the way back ...
... on drink and snacks. The car hire rep. helpfully offered to lead us to the Carrefour supermarket (without even being paid for the extra service!) and did just that - as I struggled (a little) to adjust to driving a left-hand drive and being on the "wrong" side of the road through the Marrakech traffic. The rep. left us at the supermarket with a cheery wave and disappeared down the road driving at least three times the ...
... it back. I only discovered it was half a MAD.
Before bed we heading back to the terrace of the riad and enjoyed a traditional mint tea, poured elegantly. We could still hears the sounds of the drumming from the square and at 9pm, the last call to prayer of the day rang out through Marrakech.
From this point onwards we would walk in confidence & avoid looking like lost tourists to avoid unwanted attention.