Riad Cascades d'Ouzoud
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... there. We did however, sit outside for an hour and marvel at this magnificent structure. This is something else hard to explain; the mosque is white stone contrasted against a bright blue sky but also a beautiful erect magnificent work contrasted by incomprehensible nauseating poverty. The further we got from city center the harder it got to keep looking left down the side streets. By the end it was mostly just shells of buildings with shredded sheets or towels for doors and ...
... shuttered store front with just a few people walking around, a few dark alleys and some vast vacant lots and I was ready to eat a couple chicken skewers from a street vendor and call it a night.
Then out of the corner of my eye, I saw it. high on a dark cracking wall, faded and a bit bent was a street sign. And it was a street that was on my map and it was the street the restaurant was on. Turned around and I saw the restaurant.
A nice family run place ...
4 Days Desert tours From Marrakech to Merzouga DAY 1: Marrakech - Ouarzazate - Dades Valley Meeting at 8h00 a.m with your driver at your Marrakech riad / Hotel, take you to the 4x4 and depart from Marrakech to Dades valley, through the Tizi- N-Tichka pass (2260m) in the High Atlas Mountains. From Marrakech to Ouarzazate, you will enjoy the scenic road, beautiful landscapes with different colors and the Berber villages along the way. You will have free time here to visit the ...
... would disappear for a couple of minutes then pop back up when it looked like we were going to take the wrong turn at a key alley junction. Each time, we told him we didn't need a guide and he said ok. When he was with us he would tell us town history and various facts and figures. When he was with us, I could here him praising Allah. I assume in prayer for a financial windfall from his efforts. We finally got to the top and as expected, he asked for a ...
... go to a roof terrace for dinner and beers. Beers are served away from prying eyes at many riad rooftop decks. It was a surprising Italian menu. And everyone knows, when in Morocco, go for Italian because odds are pretty good that the next several meals are going to be coming out of a tagine.
After dinner we went down to the local pub. Natalie was a good sport in that drinking establishments are mostly men only with an occasional woman tourist. This bar has the distinction ...