Riad Jenai - Demeures du Maroc
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... in this area. We walked back down into the Medina & walked around the narrow alleyways & a lot of ...
... with our lovely roof top breakfast, freshly squeezed orange juice, sfenj ( Morrocan doughnuts), local pastries, which included the Harcha (semolina bread) homemade banana jam, quince jam and fruit, very tasty. After some tips from Noel the owner we took a different turn through the medina which ended up at the Bahia Palace, this was constructed in the 1800's but was overtaken in the early 1900's and never was re occupied, parts of the palace are still used ...
... next was a jigsaw and the last was a memory game in which I helped with.
While we were singing at the beginning of the project a young boy (around the age of 15) came in and got in front of the younger children and entertained them, singing and making them laugh. I assumed he was another helper of the centre, till later on when we got the colouring books out and I noticed him in the far corner of the room with his headphones on and a colouring book. He ...
... utterly delightful.
Of course if you'd like to take in the atmosphere (and get some good photos of the square) without being hassled at every turn, then head for the rooftop and balcony cafe's which line the edges of the squares. You have to buy a drink before you can enter, which keeps all of the street vendors and opportunistic photographers out, and you get a view over the whole square, and the ability to take in the drums, ...
... of the square. I made my way to the International Film Festival screen at the southwest corner of the square. I had been in Marrakech during a pretty special time of the year for the city as it hosted its 11th annual Film Festival, but I had yet to view any of the films. So I joined the crowd around the screen and watched a documentary about Diego Maradona, which was subtitled in French and spoken in Spanish, with short bits spoken ...