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Marrakech, Morocco Twenty.12 Traveling from the States to London, of course there are cultural, social, economic, TRANSPORTATION (opposite side of the road, opposite side of the car...wow) differences, however there is a definite thread of British history embedded in the US culture. We took a major shift from familiar, comfortable, and convenient …
We met up with our guide, Abdel Majid Elboulal @ the metro in Marrakesh. From there onwards, just absolute bliss. Our party of 3 adults travelled in our own, air-conditioned 4x4, making the experience so much more personal. Abdel is highly recommended: friendly, knowledgeable, accommodating, kind, taking our best interests and needs into …
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... the mosque. It was a lovely place to dine with delicious food and very attentive service topped off with some local music, it was a lovely place to enjoy our last dinner in Morocco. We thought it only fitting that we should finish with a tagine accompanied by some Meknes rose. We strolled back through the busy square which had sprung to life as the sun dipped. Passing some music, Said could not control himself and broke into dance... Encircling him we ...
Today was a bit of a wash as it mainly consisted of waiting around for the overnight train to Tangier. Check out at our Riad was 11am so we hung around in the common area for a couple of hours until we got hungry and decided to leave in search of food. As the main square was practically on the way to the train station we decided to strap on our bags and stop there for lunch. It was a cheap meal of chicken shawarma and chips where despite ...
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