Riad Douceur Mandarine
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... hiked by waterfalls, ate Tajine by the river, dropped off school supplies to the school, and even spotted monkeys in the rocky terrain across the river.
One of our last days was spent exploring some of the gardens of Marrakech. Our favourite was the Jardin Majorelle. It took decades for the French painter Jacques Majorelle to complete the garden ...
... it anymore. So to my dear wonderful and incredible parents I say I'm sorry for all the days I was a horribly bratty terror who made you want to pull your hair out, hopefully the person I've grown into today was worth all those moments. I'd like to think I've turned out ok and am a credit to you. So this about sums up my week, it's not an exciting travel story, but hopefully the writing has been interesting enough to entertain you a little. And if not, well it was only a pretty short one this ...
... hide my tears from the others during the taxi ride back to the riad.
I didn’t feel like doing much through lunch, but me and a couple of the girls walked the local streets enjoying the bus and buying tagines and handmade pots to bring home.
Early evening we returned to the school to continue with the Paint Project we’d started before. This time ...
... as it wasn’t overly cheap or good. The afternoon was spent in the souks in the very old part of town, these markets were absolutely crazy, more manic than the ones we had seen in Asia, full of stores all selling one of the following, scarves, spices, tagines or something else to wear. Bryce found himself a beanie, something that would come in handy for the desert ahead. We skipped the hotel buffet for dinner and dined in the market ...
Today was a 200km loop from Ouazazate via the Draa Valley. The roads were very passable by my standards. However they may not be passable by 'normal' standards. For example, the road was barely wide enough to allow passage of a car and a truck and the asphalt (a luxury item IMHO) was badly deteriorated at the edges along with frequent potholes on the middle. The roads are infrequently traveled so bring plenty of water and fuel. We ...