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... airport. I shouted for Adel when he arrived and burst into tears again as I hugged him, Hamid and the rest of the guys goodbye.
On the short walk to the taxi I heard my last piece of abuse from the angry shop owner "you are ugly *****" then cried the entire journey to the airport as I took in my last sites of Morocco. Tears streaked down my face as the plane left the runaway on route ...
... is 9am and the gates have just opened. Seems like prayers were over quickly today! The palace dates back to late 16th century and is interesting. It is in the midst of being renovated so some parts are restored whilst others are still dilapidated. There is much work to be done but it gives us a good impression of what life would have been like here all the same. The heat is rising and we find a local cafe for a glass of mint tea, ...
... amused, wary, and maybe just a hint proud to find themselves daintily attempting to avoid piles of donkey feces in a dark souq full of smirking guys in dirty djellabas.
As for accommodation, we spent our 3 nights in Marrakesh in a cool little riad just outside the busiest areas of the medina. Riads are traditional Moroccan dwellings that are generally quite fancy (good fancy, not “wearing a bow tie to see Les Miserables with Dwayne and ...
... could be as big as 10,000 camels! Women's carpet weaving co-ops are scattered along the route. We stopped at a couple and bought a very nice rug at the shop in Agna. It is a large, pile knot rug measuring at about 2.5m x 2m. Prices at these shops are fixed and the asking price was 1,750D, which is slightly over $200. The flat weave rug we purchased on our DIY day trip to Tangier three years ago was $700 after some very ...
... and Fritz sat down for the lesson. Meanwhile, it seemed that the room got more full of people – neighbors and relatives were suddenly dropping by and assembling in the room. Fritz received instruction from Lassan and “Mama Bear,” niece Zara, and anyone else who was standing around. Poor Fritz was pretty confused about exactly how they wanted him to mix and knead the dough, with all the instructions being thrown at him, in Arabic, no ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet