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Had a decent sleep, even though it felt like I was sleeping on boards. Probably good for me anyway. Breakfast was a boiled egg, bread roll and a kind of croissant with butter and jam, a freshly squeezed orange juice and a heart starter coffee. Actually that's the type of breakfast I prefer. I can't eat a cooked breakfast too early in the morning. Did all my washing. Already a weeks worth. I then headed off up to the Djemaa El ...
... was about 19 degrees when we got there (around 4.30pm). Through immigration, bag screening and luggage collection and woohoo there was my pick up. Must admit I was wondering if they'd be there. There's an English couple also being picked up, Kate and Myles, and they're on the tour. Really nice couple. Marrakech airport is really nice. I didn't get any photos but will do when I leave. ...
We have mixed feelings about the city, we have been told and read so many negative things that we cannot help but be apprehensive.
On the one hand it is hectic, dirty and all about money. You cannot trust anyone, everyone is out to take money out of your pocket!! You cannot walk down the street without being offered a taxi, buggy ride, sightseeing trip and you have the constant feeling that you are going to be ripped ...
... by but it close at 2 and we were too late. We went for lunch a little place along the way and had a pizza (why not). Afterwards we headed back to the main square to check out the monkeys and snake charmers (way too expensive to take pics with). We went back to the hostel to chill and get ready for our dessert trip the next morning. We chilled on the terrace where we a few British peeps, one who studies at leeds! Small world. The next morning we were up at 630 ...
... fun! Then we wandered the souks, and along the way Jess found possibly the cutest human to exist. He asked her help to write a letter to his friend in Australia, offered us tea, and didn't try to sell us a single thing, he genuinely just wanted to talk. A very cool experience with a local!
Once our feet needed a break from walking we headed to the beach, towels in hand, bikinis on, ready for a spot of tanning. What a fail! We knew it was an Islamic country, however I ...