Riad Olema & Spa
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... and coffee. Back to the hotel around 3ish. I haven't seen much of Marrakech yet but so far it seems quite nice. The roads are wide and clean and the driving is quite orderly. Thought it would be more like in Asia but it's not so much. The mountains in the background look beautiful. Glad I'm here at this time of year though. Would be boiling hot in summer. We had our tour meet and greet at 6pm. Our tour guide is Mohommed ...
Wow, what a marathon trek! Up early to beat the peak hour rush on the tube. Had to trundle my suitcase from the YHA to the tube station (not that far to be honest), then get it down a few flights of stairs. Luckily there was a kind gentleman who helped me with it. It's good being a female :) (and of the slightly older persuasion!). Tube to Liverpool Street Station where I then got the train ...
We left the shop, paid our guide and then surprise surprise the young lad was there with his hand out and told him to talk to the guide - he was not impressed but too bad!
By this time we had enough and decided to head home for an early tea so that we can capture the sunset in the square. We had pretty much been walking all day. As we were walking back through tiny meandering ally ways we had ...
... hard for a horse drawn carriage to take us for a 2 hour duration to 2 gardens - Jardin Marjorelle (home of Yves St Laurent for 30 years) and La Menara. As it turned out, we only had time for the first as it was worthy of more than a fleeting visit. The carriage returned us to the main square exactly 2 hours later for MAD300 (A$40). Debbie thinks we scored the most run-down carriage as I wouldn't budge on ...
... across the street was the Mellah, the old Jewish neighborhood, which is now considered the "spice market", which is something you must go to in Marrakesh. It smells wonderful in there, and they have spices for everything. There are your normal cooking spices, ...