Les Jardins d'Issil
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Down to breakfast by 9.20am today and only part of crew to make it. Everyone else is clearly tired from yesterday and have opted to miss breakfast. Back up to our room and we turn on the TV to try and catch some news from BBC, and do some diary and blog writing. Down to the pool for another ...
Up and early breakfast at 8am. We are heading to the local Markets and Tannery in Medina, or "Old Marrakech" today and want to get there early and beat the heat. The main Market was setting up in the Market Square as we arrived (9.40am). We headed off down narrow streets with shop fronts mostly closed. The further we went the narrower the streets became and eventually we asked a local about the Tannery and its whereabouts. He said he could take us (for a small ...
... to take advantage of "newbys" and work very hard to make the most of it!!!
Its just a matter of getting used to it and being firm but polite in saying - no! Easier said than done!.
On the other hand it is a fantastic vibrant city full of life, amazing sights, sounds and smells, full of colour, variety and temptations! Gayle could wander around the square and souks for hours just taking it all in, but ...
... Saadian dynasty Mohamed ech Sheikh.
THE BAHIA PALACE
We were rapidly entering the "Must We?" phase of our Marrakech tour when Mohamed dropped us off at the Bahia Palace. This time at least we knew that we were at the Royal or Bahia Palace.
Interestingly, the Bahia Palace was originally built in 1866–7 for Si Moussa, a former negro slave who amazingly for his day, rose to become the then king's chamberlain, and ...
... musical instruments, five or six women, each surrounded with a set of small blue stools each displaying a different Henna pattern, a natural dye pattern that they draw artistically from your fingertips to your elbow, a couple of guys dressed in traditional Berber dress and a contortionist.