Riad Douceur Mandarine
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... and-sorry long lunch together to sink back cokes and plates of fries to atone for the festivities. Being Friday there were additional prayers going on and we sat for a time outside our hotel watching those praying during the day. Throughout the trip Ramadan has been a key part of the lives of those around us: the sleepy run of life during the day as shops remained closed and restaurants have no reason to trade; the bustle of the post-break fast evening and cities coming ...
... the foyer for dinner as members of the group would be leaving us the following day, our time on the coast being a little autonomous extra. We had a great dinner at a very fancy restaurant, enjoyed a few drinks decided to taxi it back to the medina to a hotel with a very accommodating rooftop bar. Everyone had a good time, perhaps more than usual thanks to wandering for many hours in sweltering heat, and it was a very social end to the trip (that still had three days to ...
... was in the new city known as Guilez and, after unloading the minibus and saying farewell to our driver, we took off in the filthy heat to see the Jardin Majorelle gardens. Originally established by the painter Louis Majorelle, they are perhaps more famous for their purchase and restoration by Yves Saint Laurent. The gardens were immaculately kept, the rich colours of the pots and the studio bold and the Berber museum in the painter's old studio definitely worth ...
... shop keepers), my insides were violated by a week of illness; Morocco left me feeling utterly beaten up. But it is the things you hate about Morocco that are also the things you love. The markets are full of life...especially if you can get into the quieter, more local sides of the medina. There is something exotic about the life in the squares. The snake charmers (we think the snakes are drugged), the monkey keepers (what ...
... eat … no horse meat here … only organic donkey”. You may have had to have been there, but Karem and I laughed all the way to the other end of the square. It was pretty damn funny.
We ended up sitting and eating some little sausages (no idea if it was horse meat or organic donkey) with a spicy sauce and Moroccan bread. We then switched stalls and ate some grilled eggplant, olives, grilled shrimp and grilled chicken kebabs where I met a young couple ...