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... wool cycle in a washing machine !
So, empty handed, we consoled ourselves with an ice cream and returned to the hotel. Resting feet, reading guide books and thinking about dinner ...
For dinner we zipped down to Le Jardin and had a very nice, if rather expensive meal. I had salmon tartare for starters, described by Lucia as "a bit weird but quite nice" and a sardine tajine for main. The girls had something else but ...
At dinner last night, this well traveled group was discussing that Morocco has been named (not sure by who) as the #1 travel destination in the world. Having been here for a week, we found this so surprising. Yes there are beautiful areas and yes, the medina shopping is a real experience and yes we all loved the camel ride in the Sahara. But in the cities the ...
... far below) and the guardrail had not been replaced. Moroccans drive like Europeans which means they have some crazy sixth sense about passing on every curve. So all in all it was a fist clenching, catch your breath and help the driver brake drive. At dinner tonight our guide told us there was an accident on the road just yesterday killing 24 people. But having survived - it was a great experience! We then arrived in Marrakech - the most modern city we've seen (there's a ...
... round trip into the Atlas Mountains. A popular thing to do in Morocco is to drive into the mountains, spend one night there and then drive back into Marrakech or wherever you’re staying the next day. That way, you don’t have to drive 12 hours at once, just 6 hours at a time over two periods. The views in the mountains were amazing, check out the pictures in and below this entry to see what I’m talking about. ...
... it happened because they weren't pushy and didn't seem to want anything so my guard had slipped. Over the course of the last five days I needed that guard as much as ever before.
Who knew Moroccans spoke French, eh? From what I could make out throughout the five days it seemed to be a slight majority French but Arabic is not far behind, plus I heard plenty of English and bits of Spanish, too. The bus driver had greeted me in English and kindly provided me with a map. ...