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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... at or through the camera, rather than worrying about all the other snakes around her.
But this is still Morocco, with Donkeys, Tour Buses, and lots ...
... you can even imagine. There is no way you'll come home empty handed. You really must haggle in the souks, barter hard and you'll get items at the quarter of the starting price. At first it's quite alien but once you get in the flow of it, you'll be on a roll. The locals love it! You can easily end up with a bulging suitcase full of market goods and still wish you bought a spare. Now the thing that won me over completely was the delicious food. I always think this ...
... where there was some international and boutique shops such as Zara, Mango and Monsoon. Although I felt very sorry for the poor horses pulling the carriage in 45 degree heat it was a nice change from a taxi ride. We had a lovely meal on the terrace of the Kasbah bar, I had chicken skewers which came on a wooden board with a long bar to hang them from. After our meal we walked towards the Jemaa el Fna where my mum was asked 'how many camels for your daughter' ha ...
... three different colours of crushed velvet decorating the table (warning sign number 1), we ask for a couple of items from the limited menu to be told that they are not available (warning sign number 2), but we are told what two things are available. So we order the said two things. Five minutes later, we're told only one thing is available. Well, I guess we'll have two of those, thanks! (Rabat, Morocco). 35(c). Having really enjoyed a delicious but simple breaky of ...
Woke up at daft o'clock this morning following Chris' human error the other day.
Stuffed our faces at breakfast and took the shuttle bus to Marrakech centre (Place). On the bus we met a cracking couple, Tracey and Martin from Rise Park of all places.
Really enjoyed the culture and colours, not so much the smells and traffic. Later in the week the four of us are going to check out ...