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... amp; are basically meat & vegetables cooked together in an earthenware pot. Each individual has their own earthenware pot, which is shaped in a particular way & the lid is taken off at the table & the meal is sizzling hot. The most delicious tagines we ate had prunes & sultanas in them, as well as the meat. Another traditional Moroccan meal is couscous, which has meat & vegetables with it. I don’t think I saw anyone finish a ...
... turmeric and other spices and veg. The purple wool that is being dyed in the picture was created using aubergine skins! Finally we had found the central souks! We passed through the leather souk, the wood souks the metal souk, watching as the workers created the most amazing things from such basic equipment. Dinner was interesting tonight, we managed to fend off most of the vendors by saying we had eaten already, which seemed to work a treat! We decided to try the bowls ...
... whole journey before we got back to Marrakech.
We walked back into the riad to the open arms of our friends and several new housemates: Naomi who was my new roommate, Saba, Sandra and Gillian (Abi's Mum) who'd all arrived today.
After a terrible hot, then cold shower (I still hadn't figured it out yet), we decided to hit La Salama tonight for cocktails and shisha, to tell them all about our incredible trip and to get to know the ...
... but an amazing experience of fear, excitement and freedom! Terri’s camel was even called Bob Marley so that was a good laugh! After watching the sunset we got back on our camels and headed back to our "tents" for a night of entertainment and lots of drinking! We had a very excellent night with a fire, star watching, learning how to play the bongo drums (not well we might add), drinking games and a cold restless night – very ...
Ouarzazate (pron war-za-zot) is on the other side of the Atlas mountains as Marrakech and is a classic 'getting there is half the fun' trip, but maybe more in this case. We were originally going to access this area via 'excursion' out of Marrakech but the only two reputable ones listed in Trip Advisor were booked as of last November. The remaining ones I grouped into the rip off category based on review sites and travel blogs. The main theme amongst them ...