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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Today dawns with a dazzling blue sky and perfect temperatures (low 70s) for our day of touring in Marrakech. We see an historic olive garden, a towering minaret, ancient tombs, a gorgeous palace, a warren of souks, and the vibrant central square. All of this is a full day in itself, but the social whirl dosn't stop. Tonight we ...
The group has all arrived safe and sound, and after a free day we gather for welcome festivities at the private Riad of one of our most frequent travelers. His home is in the Medina, and to reach it we walk through the famous Jemaa El Fna Square. It is dazzling at sunset, as the crowds come alive watching snake charmers, pet monkeys, drumming groups, storytellers, and colorful characters of all descriptions.We gradually leave the hubbub ...
... Then we were led into a drugary where we bought herbal medicines spice and perfume for girls back at home. Then in the evening, after dinner, we went to the souks. As soon as we arrived we were greeted by; the sound of drums and music; the smell of spices and the sight of fires that people were gathering around.
The fourth day was spent in Casablanca where we saw some more mosques, churches and ...
... about why Tangiers was decked in flags, the popularity of the King and the excitement at his eminent arrival. We were acknowledged, looked in the eye and approached with curiosity and offers of help. Of course some of these friendly approaches ended in requests for Dirhum, but in a country where the majority have less rather than more its not surprising, definitely not threatening.
Tangiers beach was a splash of colour, families picnicing ...
... me of some of the poor housing in Fiji. They have a huge dam in this area which holds enough water for five years. Watering is obviously very important here. We are crossing the Atlas Mountains today on our way to Marakech. The landscape is just so different here and some of the villages hard to work out if going up or coming down, but there is actually a lot of new construction going on all over the country. Some of the Berbers only come to this part of Morocco for the ...