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We've seen plenty of this hotel. Being a little unwell for three days things have been quiet and it being the end of Eid and the start of feast of the sheep things have been very quiet. The twocombined means we have seen little of Marrakech but we have had a ball here. What we've done has been good ...
... to dissuade them. After a short stroll, we found ourselves at a spice stall. Here we paused to admire the workmanship of the owner. From terracotta pottery dishes, pointed domes of spices were piled high - each spice took on the appearance of the ubiquitous tagine - reds, golds, oranges and browns all in neat rows. It was a truly arresting sight and we asked (expecting to be charged for the privilege) if we could take a photo. Of course, madam, came the response. The owner of the ...
... on goss, shared some wine, had a great meal and enjoyed speaking Aussie. Jacqui and Wayne are frequent world travellers, so we will definitely take the opportunity to catch up with them again on their next adventure. XX One of the things we didn't do in Morocco was an overnighter in a tent in the Sahara. This was a highlight for Jacqui and Wayne, and many others we have spoken to, so it is on our list for next year. Viewing a sunrise and sunset over the Sahara Desert! Stay ...
... just). But it was clear that we would have to drive to some sort of landmark before they could begin to direct us. That was not so easy. Stopping numerous times outside numerous places that surely they would know and then calling them produced nothing intelligible. Finally, certain we were very close to it, we stopped at the beginning of a little track where there was a large red sign to a completely different hotel.
... absorbing history and were keen to get to our next stop: the market square. We had had a brief look at this "souk" earlier in the day there was lots going on which we were all eager to see. It is called Djamaa El Fna and is the biggest market square in Morocco and one of the busiest in Africa. We were told it is the square where public executions used to take place and the heads of the executed were displayed. Yikes!