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... is very progressive so I suppose we would see the full breadth of things here. From what we hear and read, once we get out of the big towns and into the rural areas we might not see any women out and about at all.
Marrakech is a street performers Nirvana. The main square is one huge stage that hosts better than Burning Man novelty acts - 4 or 5 man bands (who can only manage one note), cobra handlers blowing awful sounding horns and banging ...
... proudly styled a luminous vest over his jabala. The night enveloped us and the shops stood glowing but abandoned as the men converged for Friday prayers in a makeshift room at the bottom of the village. We toasted hot chocolate and yoghurts and made our way back, lit by stars, up the hill to where the water course gurgled on and off during the night.
The ride out was wet. Fog dropped over the village after just an hour of sunshine inwhich I'd filled ...
... around. A huge sign saying OPERA PLAZA HOTEL was right across the road. "Shok ran" dad said as we made our way to the hotel. The hotel was cool. It had three restaurants, bowling, a pool and really nice rooms. When we got to our room we watched tv. We watched it for ages and I decided to have a bath. We had mc Donald's for dinner and we fell asleep in our extra comfortable beds. ...
... my French and learn some of the secrets of Moroccan cuisine by spending the time with Malika. (My new friend)
Many travellers told us how they were disappointed by Fes. They all seemed to prefer Marrakesh. Fes was described to us as noisy, frantic and not too safe. Watch out for pickpockets, we were warned! Likely it turned out to be one of our favourite cities in Morocco. Our accommodation Dar Houdou was a riad situated in the centre of the medina yet not in one of ...
... snacks with incredible style, grace and unhurried pleasure.
Within a short space of time, IĘd been joined in the riad by Ann, Richard, Greg & Pablo. A combination of English, Spanish & English living in Spain emerged and I was to quickly learn just how many Spanish were in Morocco.We hit the beers (allowed in private dwellings by Westerners) and had a great evening, despite my overwhelming tiredness. A chicken tagine then arrived between ...