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... place and souqs). It was what I expected. Quite similar to the Istanbul markets but not as good. I found a shop that sells 100 percent Argan oil so will go back at the end of our tour and get some. I just wandered around checking everything out. I didn't get hassled much at all. I just didn't display much interest and they leave you alone. All those trips to Bali have taught me well. Had a light lunch of orange juice, ...
... if it was ok to but I think it is. The hotel Le grand Imilchil is quite nice. Nothing luxurious but quite ok. The common area and eating areas are lovely. I've got a big twin bed room with a balcony. It's great not being in a dorm. I'm getting too old for that (but you do save a lot of money). The beds are very hard and the pillows are very flat but lucky I've got 2 pillows to use. Just ...
... can hardly walk past a shop without being pressured to buy something. So different from Berber country and our experiences of the last few weeks.
After a small amount of time in the square and souk and after the initial impact you realised it is easier to just say 'no' to everything while not looking in their eyes and they soon realise that you are not going to be taken advantage of. After all they have a window ...
... karaoke. Needless to say, we didn't last long at the bar... But we did end up finding a nice restaurant to have some traditional Moroccan food including one of my favorites, Harira soup. After a good night's sleep, we woke up in the morning to pursue a supposedly "legendary" pastry called chnek, which turned out to be a pretty average cinnamon raisin croissant.
We couldn't leave Ouarzazate without taking a tour of the famous Atlas Studios, so that was next ...
Today the annual "Kermesse" was held at Elaraki 1. This is kind of like a fundraising fair where all of the funds are donated to various charities. Mr Firdaous had organised for me to run a stall with some of the other students in Zineb's class. Our stall was selling touristy souvenirs such as pillow cases, keyrings, shirts and pictures of various places around Marrakech. Once Oumaima and I had set up the stall ...