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... themselves. They were probably home keeping the fires burning I guess.
We were expecting lots of light and colour and excitement and were very surprised at how dark the Square was and really how uninteresting so we didn't stay long. There were food stalls, but once again we were still full from the big hot lunch so we didn't bother.
I thought there would be lots of little tastings available from street stalls, but ...
... were a couple of oldies who went over and i was scared they wouldn’t get get back up! Despite this, with the slope being so steep, we were soon at the bottom where dinner awaited us in one of the most picturesque places imaginable. The sun was coming up nicely by this time so we all took the time whilst we waited for lunch to do some sunbathing. Dinner was brilliant yet again and we had even more time afterwards to chill out whilst we waited for a taxi to pick ...
... collegues with me, and maybe doing some scenic hiking up around Ourika. After the three day hike with Emaddine in Italy, I think I’m going to try to get other people to join me on my adventures whenever possible. But nobody was able to make it, so I think I’ll just do a boring hike and save the Ourika hike for when I’ve got company.
Now that I’ve got this Superhike fever, everywhere I go my ...
... between the three of us as we couldn't confirm where to get the bus to the airport from!
Once at the airport, we passed through security with relative ease then hung around in the airport lounge before boarding our plane. The flight was delayed for over an hour (for some unknown reason). I spent most of the flight home being rather bored as I'd finished my book and my MP3 player had no battery left.
... to watch the leather being tanned, but by the time we got to the doors of the tannery, after being hassled by every man along the way that they knew the way to the tannery, I was gagging so badly that we just turned around and walked (ran) away through what Ryan refers to as the "fly gauntlet".
Marrakesh was out of this world and we can't wait to see what the rest of Morocco has to offer. Off to Ait Ben Haddou to rock the kasbah.......