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Down to breakfast by 9.20am today and only part of crew to make it. Everyone else is clearly tired from yesterday and have opted to miss breakfast. Back up to our room and we turn on the TV to try and catch some news from BBC, and do some diary and blog writing. Down to the pool for another ...
... were all happy. Even the Banker who had converted every Dirham to £s. Every item was very well wrapped for packing into suitcases and travel back to the UK and delivered to our Hotel. Very tidy. With that over and the "guide" trying to wangle more Dirham, we set off again and tried to cut a track back towards the Market Square. Quite a mission and bit spooky. There were a few beggars on the way and one in particular had it in for Grant. He tried to ignore ...
... went to the square I didn’t bring anything with me except some cash stuffed into my bra.
We met up with our friends and walked towards the Le Marrakchi restaurant. There was a doorman out front and it looked fancy. We looked at the prices, which were on the higher end of what we were planning to pay, given what we had paid for meals in Fes. We debated going to another restaurant, so we looked at the menus of the other places on the square, ...
... is very nice. Had pizza and beer for lunch. Nice to be able to enjoy a cool ale. Walked to the Markets which were similar to Paddys market. The differences. Were very aggressive salesmen and an abundance of snakes and monkeys. Dinner was at Dar Salam which was where "the man who new too much" dinner scene was filmed. The interior was impresive. There were 2 belly ...
... to Malta might have mildly prepared me for the visual of Marrakech but only to a small extent. As we are on the bus coming from the airport we pass narrow streets lined with buildings that seem to be from an age I can't even imagine, everyone walking the streets in the typical dress,men hauling who knows what with donkeys, motorbikes weaving between the smallest spaces you could imagine in order to push by, decorative shops, and cafes. On ...