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TripAdvisor Reviews Jnane Leila Marrakech
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... late and I was feeling the need to get back home. The brothers walked me to a taxi and got in with me taking me back to the hotel. They paid for everything throughout the day, countless visits and talks, food, taxis and of course the hash which I think was part of the entertainment. I had decided earlier that I would pay the UK minimum wage rate, which I guessed was somewhere between £6-7 per hour. I calculated that he had spent 9 hours showing me ...
... also been a well stocked shop. We will be staying here for two nights so we don’t even need to pack all our stuff up tomorrow. There was talk of taking a dip in the river but it has clouded over and is very misty so that plan went out of the window. At tea this evening, Hassan did a Q&A session on Moroccan life which he has been doing the last few nights and was interesting. Mark was on form taking the **** out of Helga who was being irritating as usual. Another early start ...
... then another two hours to get through Moroccan immigration formalities. Much to our surprise, the car hire rep, was still waiting for us in the arrivals hall at the airport with a big smile and not at all surprised that we were an hour and a half later than we had told him we would pick up the car. The vehicle was just what we ordered - a nice big 4x4, diesel, with heavy-duty tyres, but it lacked the SatNav we had ...
... twenty in the bus, including the driver...according to European standards, the bus was actually "packed". However, this did not prevent the driver from stopping regularly between Marrakech and Imlil to pick up additional passengers! My guess was we were around 30 at the end, although I was not able to look around me! Fantastic ...
... to stand on a chair to survey the rooftops, terraces, courtyards, laundry lines, and courtyards surrounding us, all sharing walls in a contiguous jumble that went on as far as you could see.
The porter brought our luggage and a waiter served bright green welcome drinks to us, which were heavenly. (On a subsequent night I had what I thought was a brilliant idea to add vodka to the yummy green concoction of lime, mint, and pineapple juice. Turns out ...