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This morning we leave the Hotel Majorelle, and taxi down into the medina, and then take a short hike to our riad. Riads are a traditional dwelling, with a large courtyard in the centre, and various rooms around. We've booked the Royal Suite, as it has beds for all 4 of us.... And wow. While they prepare the suite, they bring out mint tea (of course …
... about myself and I have grown so much as well. I had always been told by Rob Pickstock that I should spend some time by myself and I never really did. Having finally done it I am so happy that I have and in what is the 8th most dangerous country in the world to travel to according the Moroccan Times. I have learnt to travel by myself and it has done wonders for me. I couldn't have imagined how hard it was going to be when I booked he flights over here. It really was so ...
... and followed him deeper into the chaos. We passed under covered walkways, palm leaves bound together to create a shelter from the heat of the day, past counters with huge hunks of meat stacked up and hanging from crude hooks from the frames. Fresh herbs and spices were laid out on blankets on the ground, while towers of sticky sweets were displayed, wasps and flies enjoying the free banquet before them. We left the main streets, twisting and turning down a series of narrow ...
... the long-term parking lot. We pulled into the lot and over to Location Auto's designated parking spots. The guys were busy with another customer and didn't comment when we arrived a few minutes after our noon cut off time.
Eventually, they looked over the car and did not notice the dings from the hail storm under the dirt. (We did not point that out either because it was insured.) Then they asked for ...
... doors and windows, impressive views along corridors to courtyards and rooms, lovely gardens with water features.
Then to Jardin Marjorell, small jewel but 'tres touristique'! Taxi rip-off on leaving the gardens, our first on the trip so far - Taxi Service 'official' directed us to a guy who asked an exhorbitant price, then handed us off to a driver while insisting that we pay him (the boss!) the fare - talk about the mafia!