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No i udalo sie... Najpierw znalezc nieoznakowany przystanek autobusowy, odczekac swoje (czyt. prawie godzine) i wsiasc w autobus, ktory zawiozl nas pod sama medine. Potem bylo juz z gorki, poniewaz nasz Riad znajdowal sie tuz przy glownym placu Jemma el Fna, co jak sie pozniej okazalo mialo tez swoje minusy. Nie mniej glowny plac mediny w Marrakeshu to miejsce fascynujace. Wszechobecny gwar, harmider, mnogosc barw i zapachow... Jednych ...
... in some time.
In less than 30 minutes we had seen more than enough and departed to find Mohamed. But in the hustle and bustle of the very busy tourist site, Mohamed was no-one to be found. Another forty five minutes later, Alan found him in his car about half a kilometer way. We were to find out the hard way that the parking in Marrakech is simply woeful and guides cannot park anywhere near tourist sites.
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... feel conducive to religious learning.
... as well as the Romans and various other inhabitants until the French took over and moved the business to Casablanca because it was closer. Now it is mostly tourism that keeps it going, but it is a place I would gladly spend more time- very laid back and friendly people as well as a great beach.
On to Marrakech. Although it is a smaller city than Casablanca, it is much crazier for traffic! We took our lives in our hands ...
... the 80s went!).
We visited the local bakery which also doubled as a community oven. It was explained to us that most people don't have ovens in their homes so they prepare their own dough or other food in clay jars and take it to the bakery, drop it off to be cooked and pick it up when it's done.
When told our last stop was the 'supermarket', I had envisioned leaving the market to go to a place with aisles and bright lighting as opposed to a hole in ...