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An extra key was needed, called a visa, to pass through the doorway to the next country which we were visiting, Mauritania. There was only one locksmith in all of Morocco who could make these keys and he worked in the enormous human habitation called Rabat. As he was the Harrods of locksmiths we had to arrive outside his shop when it was still dark and join a long queue of others who were also in need of his keys. Here we met a pack of ...
... opening and closing their capes like bats. They rocked the bride back and forth as if they were waves in an ocean.
The bride exited the box, possibly sea-sick. Hamid the Groom got in. An expressionless man with a small moustache, he seemed to be in his late 30s. This small man wore a suit and tie. At one point, the boys carrying him lowered the box. He stood and danced, flicking his fingers up and down in the air ...
... We were both so moved by the music.
We left there and went back to Maison Tifilalet in Risani (where we had eaten lunch yesterday) and had the rug show. Yes, they wanted to sell a rug, but meanwhile we had some great conversation. We liked one of the rugs but the price that we were quoted was WAAAAY out of our budget so we were all set to call it quits. It doesn't work that way in Morocco...the seller just keeps after you until you give him a price ...
... there is still a healthy tradition of rogues and charlatans here. Being the low-season and very few tourists around, the touts are worse now and they already have the reputation of being the worst for hassling in Morocco. Added to this is that we are female and travellers and without a male escort. The taxi ride started out okay with the guys trying to make conversation and there was even a police officer as a passenger in the car with us. Then ...
... palmerias of Goulmima, which was really very beautiful offset against snow capped mountains in the distance. After soaking in the hub-bub of the local market, we thanked Abdel for giving us the ability to experience this gorgeous little town that we probably would have otherwise just skimmed the surface of. Back into another sardine can (taxi) for a quick hour journey to Er Rachidia - our transit point for ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking