Riad Sidi Mimoune
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... past a bullfight ring & to a cathedral. I will be coming back to Seville, so this was just a short ...
... you as you enter into this dark, dingy room down uneven steps. From here I realised we had a ‘Water Man’, ‘Cigarette Man’, ‘Doughnut Man’ – as each stall pretty much only sold a couple of items each and from experience learnt that we could trust their products.
As we sat at the dining table downstairs to enjoy our piping hot bread, I met Sam and Jenny. We had a good laugh over lunch and after a quick change ...
... for some good conversation. About studying abroad (several of them plan to continue their studies in France), about hopes and dreams for the future... about working in Morocco vs in another country... A very ambitious group of young people--quite inspiring to be around.
And as the hours stretch on and sun glares down, nobody complains, nobody's spirit seems to be dampened. On the contrary--several of them talk about picking up this new "hiking" hobby...
Majorelle Garden was first started as a private landscape by French artist Jacques Majorelle in 1924, and opened it to the public in 1947. Shortly after a car accident in 1962 Jacques Majorelle passed away in France, however his garden landscape in Marrakech continued to lure members of the public as one of Marrakesh's biggest tourist attractions.
With an entrance fee of 50DH I expected a lot from ...
... sweet mint tea.
Feeling both food and sensory overload, we decided to call it a night and meander back to our riad which of course involved making our way once again through the crowds, now in full swing with night time entertainment. We passed more snake charmers, monkey handlers (who handled one right onto Elizabeths head to her horror), musicians, story tellers and a whole host of bizarre carnival games.
Safe and sound in the relative solitude of ...