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... pretty strange and me and Stace felt a little uncomfortable so we bailed and went to bed. A few of our group stayed up and danced with them and had some funny stories the next day. The climate had changed after crossing the mountains so it was lovely weather and a change in the landscape as rolling hills with grass turned into cedar wood forests. It was in one of these forests that we stopped to look at the Monkeys playing around. I would never ...
... another note to self , don't book flights in or out of Gatwick as it was far from where we needed to be) to London. What Dr google told us was that it should have taken 1 hour and 23 minutes. it took us 3 hours..........so there were a few words that rhymed with "duck" spoken on the way back.
Have I mentioned that Mandy is not good at reading road maps!!!!
So here we sit at the Hilton Hotel Wembley on our last night in the UK. It has been a busy couple of ...
... The locals were getting their goods before the tourists and the heat! We finally made our way through the maze of the old Medina and found our Riad. Thank fully the room was ready and so were we. A much needed rest was welcomed. We headed out in search of a money exchange to convert our euros to Moroccan Dirhim. We had some lunch, Taginge and Cous cous...the first of many! After lunch we went wandering through the Souk ...
Abdul drove us to the atlas mountains on our 2nd day in Marrakech. Born in the mountains and he spent 19 years working at Ric************'s Kasbah in the Atlas Mountains, he recently bought part of a car and is a full time private driver. According to Abdul tourism is a game changer for the once poor mountain people and many locals are employed as guides and tour organisers for people like us who want to explore the mountains.
Once you leave the flat dusty expanse ...
... museum on sight which was good but crowded. From here we walked to Gueliz, the newer part of Marrakech. To get here we had to get through the gauntlet of large non traffic lighted roads. My tactic was to wait for a Moroccan person to cross, if possible, and go with them otherwise, run. Apparently the road crossing here isn't as bad as Casablanca where it can take nearly 10 minutes to cross some roads.... Dear lord, it would probably take me all day. In Gueliz, the ...