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... make a dash back to our hotel, where we picked up our bags. We walked to the bus station & caught a bus ...
... We also went to a huge spice market and picked up a few spices. It was good that our driver Hamid took us, because some of these towns did not speak any English. Hamid was quite useful.
Also one day Hamid invited us to his house where his mother and sister made my husband and I lunch, it was such a kind thing for them to do. A tip is always a nice accommodation.
An experience of a lifetime! Highly recommend Morocco, if you want ...
... it. Yes, we knew we were in Morocco, and yes, this was the beginning of our first North African adventure together..
We had initially wanted to stay in the hustle and bustle of the city centre in a traditional Riad in the old part of Marrakech, in the heart of it all. We had read all about the culture and recommendations for staying in the Riads and imagined soaking it up in the centre of Marrakech. ...
... slowly getting used to it. Once we got home we were off to kickboxing which was certainly different to the Ballet and Netball that I'm used to, but it was fun all the same. I was pretty tired once we got home, so I was off to bed. This morning we were up at 8.40am but didn't have to be anywhere until 11.00am. So we had a relaxing morning and at breakfast I introduced Zineb to ...
After dinner we walk back to the hotel and say our farewells and thank Mohamed for his services and entertainment during our tour.
Sam & I go with Mohamed to Hotel Caspien for a drink before bed.
Day 3 in Marrakech and it's breakfast at Elite as Amaia is closed. Back at the hotel Jenny & Sue are waiting for their ride to the airport so we chat and say our goodbyes. Very lazy day, spend most of the day in our ...