Riad lyla Marrakech
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... bathroom with a large terrace, sunbathing area and a huge private pool. I wasn't pleased to see our little creepy crawly friends but now I can only thank them for getting us such a fabulous upgrade. A couple of members of staff arrive to help us move our stuff to the new room and we are off to dinner just half an hour later than planned. The hotel has a French restaurant and a Thai one. One is closed ...
... little irrigation, the land produces abundant crops.
We met the rest of the group we will be traveling with for the next 8 days in Morocco this evening, and had a great Moroccan tasting meal together, then got another good night’s sleep, before our introductory briefing on Morocco and Islam, a few excerpts of which appear below:
Morocco is historically the western extremity of the Muslim world. The farthest land of the setting sun (Arabic name ...
... webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">We found a pitch and hooked up our electric cable....nothing. We moved pitches and tried a different electric box....nothing. Unplugged, our Leisure Battery was also dead; this is the battery that the lights, fridge and IPad charger work off when we are not plugged into campsite power....normally gives ...
The next day I was received very warmly by Adil, a twenty-nine year old Moroccan guy who was born and raised in Marrakech, and his cousin, Jake (his nickname). After preparing Moroccan mint tea for us to drink, Adil left to interview for a job. While Adil interviewed, and Jake went to class, I wrote some blogs and sipped tea.
When they returned, I left with Adil and his girlfriend to grab some traditional Moroccan bean soup in the Jemma el-Fna. Like ...
... to catch our attention with their berber scarves, cute little shoes and bags... it wasn't until the morning that we realised just how wrong our judgements were...
As we were getting closer to our Riad, we were walking further and further away from the main street and the streets were getting narrower and narrower; I think both of us let out a sigh of relief as we finally arrived safe and sound at our Riad. Riad Eden- which was beautiful. Beyond beautiful. Traditional Riad ...