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... illuminated only by a few bright green lamps. The columns are made from marble imported from Italy.
I was really looking forward to visiting the Jardin Majorelle and it didn't disappoint. Created from the passion of Jacques Majorelle a french painter, it is a lovely garden in the heart of Marrakesh. There are lots of exotic trees, cacti, streams and pools and it is a perfect on a hot day as you can walk along in the shadows of the trees. ...
... very French. The set up here is lovely although rather shabby but who am I to complain as it is a far higher standard than I would normally pay for. To all of you who have replied to my Travel blog, thanks so much it is lovely to know the stories are getting to you. I am loving writing them and have to stop myself from going on too much. If you want to send a message and can't manage ...
... see him watching over. When I managed to shake the men off I asked Hamid why to which he simply replied "to keep you safe". BLESS HIM! I love this country!
It was a perfect last night in Marrakesh, watching them sing and dance for the crowd before it hit 23:00 and people started to disperse. We’d never walked from this direction this late at night, I was kind of eerie without the beeping horns of motorbikes, shouting from stalls and ...
... minute lunch break, me fumbling with the clips and locks in my haste as the scowling driver became quickly frantic, then began berating me something to the effect that “he is hungry, he needs to eat!”, which soon evolved into all out yelling “Eat! I need to eat!”, which did literally nothing to improve my dexterity, and finally I had to give up, settling for just the blanket and a sheepish grin, and returning the restaurant ...
... group who had planned a camel trek and the bus driver ended up taking them all the way out to the Moroccan border 14 hours away so they ended up spending 28 hours of their time in Morocco driving. I also found out there are 7 people who already got kicked off the ship and send home or chose to leave already. One guy chose to go home because he got mugged and was traumatized from the experience. I enjoyed my time in Moroccan but am glad to be back on the boat on our way to ...