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Travel Blogs from Marrakech
Flight was bog-standard Ryanair. I bagged a window seat and thought I'd settle down for a nice sit down and chill chill with a bit of music. When two northern whales, tatted up to max and smelling like something died plops themselves next to me.....I swear the amount of rings and bangles between them would fetch a house where we were headed. Ugh. Typical brit on ...
... encapsulated the city.
After a few drinks, our tired bodies started to feel alive and we were finally in the mood for our dinner plans. Jane had pre-booked a degustation dinner at MAISON MK. It had been written up as Marrakech's best restaurant and very difficult to get into as reserves most of its dinner tables for it's inhouse guests. When we entered the Riad you could tell straight away we were in for something special. Although very ...
... We went up several floors to the roof top terrace to watch the sun go down and we had a seat right at the edge so could people watch on the busy street below all evening. I ordered a lamb, prune and almond tagine and it was the most delicious thing I’ve eaten here yet! The lamb just melted in the mouth and sauce was divine!
On Friday morning we left the Riad a bit earlier and headed over to the Dar Si Said Museum. ...
... made a joke), every single person was fine and went on with their business....even when we walked into a shop and left with nothing. If you are nice to them, they reciprocate. If you ignore them, or say no like an ass...they probably won't be so nice. It's pretty simple really. With all that said, the souks were cool, huge and had some of the least amount of hassle so far. The night bizzarr in the main square was one of the more entertaining markets that we have ever been to (refer to the ...
... and some large colourful headphones. So, for a far from exhaustive list of things one could find if so inclined within the very loose confines of Djemaa el-Fna: Orange juice
Tarot card readers
Snake charmers (and agitated snakes, of course)
Monkeys (hissing and snatching hilariously, at least until they hit the end of their thick chains)