Riad Les Lauriers Blancs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... after 15 rounds!
I think Morocco has the third largest population in Africa after Ethiopia and Egypt. I think but I can't check at the moment as Lee is half snoozing and the internet is but a dream. I'd believe it though. Again we are travelling through sprawling suburbs that consist of apartment tower after apartment tower. Heaps more are under construction and urban infrastructure is springing up all over the place. The town country divide is stark. Plenty ...
... to the window must have been so comical!
On the way to Marrakesh, I noticed a young boy who trying to hitch a lift. He looked so young and as we drove by I though about how I'd feel if that were my younger sister. I asked Mustapha to turn around and pick him up and he and Khalid both looked a bit dubious. They told me about how that kid could be going anywhere and how it could be a trick. I understood what they were saying but all I could think about was how young ...
... found themselves earning their entire living off of the money tourists bring, and therefore there is an overabundance of western style restaurants, hotels, souvenir/junk shops and pushy taxi drivers. The differences were apparent just from walking out of the ...
... Julia and Mathias carried on without us but not before exchanging photos and Dave saying goodye on behalf of us. The next day I could move so we went back to Rissani, bought a carpet and then caught a Grand Taxi to Er Richadia (squashed in the back with 2 Moroccan men). There we made a dreadful mistake of catching a local bus to Ouarzazate - most frustrating bus ride ever. Morocco doesn't seem to have heard of bus stops so anywhere there was a person on the side of the ...
... own lane, mopeds galore and only one small traffic light that I had to look for to see how the driver knew to stop. We enter into the Medina (the old city) passing the large Koutoubia Mosque and the wall that surrounds the old city. Aside from Arabic the common language is French, neither of which I speak.
I arrived at the Riad, greeted by Rakshid and a lovely array of local cookies (mostly made with marzipan) and ...