Riad Sidi Mimoune
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... and-sorry long lunch together to sink back cokes and plates of fries to atone for the festivities. Being Friday there were additional prayers going on and we sat for a time outside our hotel watching those praying during the day. Throughout the trip Ramadan has been a key part of the lives of those around us: the sleepy run of life during the day as shops remained closed and restaurants have no reason to trade; the bustle of the post-break fast evening and cities coming ...
... hammers on tin as intricate metal designs were carved onto lanterns and jewelry; metalworkers cutting and welding steel, making larger furniture pieces and household items. We found our way to a traditional Moroccan apothecary where the animated pharmacist gave us a tactile tour of the many herbal remedies that Moroccans have been using for centuries, our arms being a lather of oils, ointments and balms by the end. A few of us grabbed a quick massage with argan ...
After a few quick morning photos during which time Jayne decided to imbed a rogue tack in her foot we had breakfast then departed after a last panorama stop of the ancient ksar. With Marrakech as our destination we wound our way back up into the gorges. Eventually the High Atlas mountains loomed up on the horizon out of the haze. We followed the barren, stony riverbed into the range passing more established villages rather than the semi-nomadic Berbers we had seen in ...
... jacket, and most of the other diners remained coated as well. (The wifi worked fairly well, and we were able to get an update on Kyla, which was quite a relief.)
From the restaurant, we walked through the busy streets again to find the tombs of the Saadian dynasty. These sit behind a mosque (which I think is not open to the non-Muslim public). You enter through a narrow, high-walled passageway, which emerges into a small courtyard with a series of buildings. Many of ...
... winter where, remarkably, the resort hotel was open and we were able to get a shower. A very unexpected but welcome treat. As it was a short walk away, we left the porters setting up camp and preparing tea whilst we went and indulged ourselves in what turned out to be very nice showers. The icing on the cake was the bar that was open afterwards where we made the most of some cheap beers before tea. It is incredible what a couple of beers can do. Up until now, i have ...