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... circles, monkey men the list goes on... another plus with the breaking of the fast is the souk stall holders are a little less grumpy whilst trying to rip you off. Days in Marrakesh have been spent lost in the whirl of souks, lost in the rabbit warren alleyways of the medina with endless offers of right & wrong directions. Spent visiting sights, Badi Palace, Bahai Palace, Saadien tombs, Maison de la Fotographie, Medersa Ben Youssef and ...
... with intricate wood and mother of pearl inlays, which is very similar to the table we purchased in Syria four years ago. It is fun to see how similar the designs are from two countries that are relatively far away from each other. Of course, this is not surprising, given the tremendous amount of trading that goes on in this region of the world.
The souks are busy, and full of people, but all of this is relatively tame compared to what we encounter in ...
... fed gloriously on tagine, rice, fruit salad and local wine, and all to a backdrop of conversation that verged between English and Dutch.
It was during the dinner that I discovered from Loek that his brother had this very day died. As a consequence he would have to leave us in but two days to attend the funeral back in Holland.
I can well imagine the strangeness of emotion Loek finds himself in now that he has been ...
... some olive oil make the dressing. So tasty! After the cooking course, a group of us wandered around Marrakech. The main square in the medina is a crazy place with lots of snake charmers who will randomly put the snake on your neck and then demand money. There are also guys with monkeys who will chase after you demanding money if they see you take a picture of the monkey. The whole thing was too much for me and we all quickly left. We ended up at the Bahia ...
... and I don't understand a word but that's okay. A lot of the songs become interactive, pick the next person for the middle type games and I watch as the dullness of the walls and the dirt on the floor and the concerning splats on the ceiling are replaced with great, bouncing energy and the room lights up in a horrible cliché which I feel compelled to use because it's actually quite accurate.
I'm very responsive to music. A lot of people are but I ...