Riad Douceur Mandarine
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Riad Douceur Mandarine Marrakech
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... No one looks really happy to be there, even the clerk that is getting paid to be there. The Marrakesh bus station is no exception. Although the bus station is in a nice part of town for a change, it was already warming up and I didn't feel the desire to walk around and swear. I decided my best option was to just sit down and wait it out. I think I started an entry or two but for the most part just stared into ...
... in the people's foyer so a glance inside revealed a pull of blood or in one occasion, a sheep with his throat slit, trying to breath while blood flowed from the wound. I think the buckets were just wishful thinking cause it was a a bloody mess. After the animal is dead, the head and feet are cut off and given to the neighborhood boys to roast over open fires. They were particularity gleeful and diligent in there duty of first popping out the eyes, charring the ...
... on this leg of the Moroccan adventure. We saught out the green spaces, which are seriously lacking: Jardin Majorelle, Cyber Park and a disappointing (read dismantled) playground. Mostly, we hung out around the main square just outside the souks and very close to our riad. Place Jemma el Fna has snake charmers and monkey wranglers side-by-side with iPhone salesmen. That's how Marrakech rolls: a wild juxtaposition of old --really old -- and ...
We had 2 projects this morning so me, Abi and Jenny decided to organise the homeless feeding while everyone set off for the other project, accept for Anthony who was still in bed. We started at the supermarket to purchase cheese and eggs, then got tomatos, lettuce, bread, bananas and sweets from the local stall and shops near the riad. 6 of us then sat in a row, slicing tomatoes and lettuce, making sandwiches, boiling eggs, filling water ...
... extra spade like spear on the base. Then on to the Saddine Tombs, the Bay Palace (Palais de la Bahia) and then Jemaa el Fna.
While walking between sites I heard a closed box with stuff on top meowing. I almost walked away but I couldn’t. I went back and opened it. It was a litter of kittens. Probably too small to survive on their own. Do I close it back up and let them starve to death? Do I leave it open and hope that they are old enough ...