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... very dark in the outdoor restaurant by this time so I can only guess what it might have been - they seemed to enjoy it. ( Lucia's had mushrooms in it though, I know that much )
We got back to the riad quickly and settled into bed. It is a big day tomorrow, trecking in the High Atlas ! Not really sure how much trecking as opposed to just looking at the mountains we will be doing - we will find out tomorrow
Toodle pip !
... sites are mosques that are not open to non-Muslims. In Marrakech (where I am trying to decide how to fill 2 days), over half the sites in my guidebook are either not open to the public or are not open to non-Muslims. Of the remaining, several are local parks and 1 is a former palace that was once the most beautiful in the world but has been completely stripped bare. ...
... far below) and the guardrail had not been replaced. Moroccans drive like Europeans which means they have some crazy sixth sense about passing on every curve. So all in all it was a fist clenching, catch your breath and help the driver brake drive. At dinner tonight our guide told us there was an accident on the road just yesterday killing 24 people. But having survived - it was a great experience! We then arrived in Marrakech - the most modern city we've seen (there's a ...
... small print written in French. They should have pointed that out when we picked up the car. We got huffy but eventually gave them 60dr for the short gas and the wash. Overall they asked for $20 in unfair charges, settled on $7. And we did leave the car dirty and the gas a little short.
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locationauto.ma (through www.arguscarhire.com)
Suzuki Celerio, manual shift with A/C (under ...
So today I woke up at 5.15am so that I could finish packing and getting ready to leave for Elaraki's First International Camp. Bouchra drove me to school and once we arrived we headed straight up into the mountains in 4 buses. After about 40 minutes of driving we stopped for breakfast at a little cafe. This consisted of bread and pastry that was dipped in various sauces and jams. As well as optional tea, coffee and juice. Just before we got back on the buses to continue ...