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... was the son of Louis Marjorelle, a famous furniture maker born in Nancy in 1886. Jacques went to Marrakech to continue his painting career. He purchased land in 1924 and worked for many years landscaping the land to create an amazing garden which he opened to the public in 1947 which has continued to this day despite his death in 1962. The Majorelle Garden is one of the 21Century's most mysterious gardens - vegetal shapes, and rare plants from 5 continents - yes we saw some from ...
The hotel looked palatial and glamorous in the misty rain and uplighting as we arrived, but closer inspection showed hasty, crude workmanship. The 'jacuzzi', for example, was finished in rough tiling that would have felt like a cheese grater on the skin, and all electrical sockets and fittings were loose. None of this mattered, we would be gone the next day, but there certainly were a few dirham to be made from tour groups, and establishments like this seemed to be springing ...
... Explore guide here and he took us on a walk through the surrounding area and through some berber villages. It was great to see things on foot, and, great to be out of the car for a day. Looking back, I loved all of the different things we got to see, but, I could have used more time to walk and sight see in each location. ...
... we felt was the Grand Canyon of Morocco, the Ziz Valley,
- Entered an area in the desert where they have found dinosaur fossils and on the way we saw lots of little shaks on the side of the road selling ‘souvenir fossils’
- We stopped for tea at our driver’s mother’s house. We were made to feel very welcome. It was nice to see inside one of these houses, that look quite rough on ...
... wove through the crowds, hoping to sell tissues to the tourists who ambled through, amazed and in awe. We farewelled Omari, and after a bit of an ATM hunt, headed to a market stall for some dinner, where amazingly we ran into Holly who sat for a bit of a chat, and then departed into the growing crowd. After a wait to settle the bill, we headed back through the darkened streets to the riad. A somewhat distraught looking woman who seemed to be on a ...