Riad Dar More
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Leaving Dar Bouazza we headed along the coastal road enjoying the sights of Morocco, which is far more entertaining than our dwindling supply of films. Made all the worse by the whirring satellite dishes on the state of the arts, French motor homes that always seem to park next to us? Overloaded carts, Lorries and women with tons of vegetation strapped to their backs constantly amazed us. Herds of sheep and goats darted in to the road the irate shepherds shooing them back ...
... 3 of us wanting bags we managed to get them down to 700 dh for 3 which was about £20 each, pretty good seeing as at the tanneries they wanted £90 and in the market they were starting at £60 each. After a kebab lunch we were on our way to Essouaira.
On the way we had a quick stop to look at a place that made Argan Oil which is a Moroccan speciality. It can be used for food, make up, hair products, moisturisers etc.. ...
... done here by the Berbers. The Arabs also do this but I was told the Arabs had a similar but different method. This is the way the Berbers had done it for thousands of years. Then the leather is taken inside and made by hand into a variety of many different bags, shoes and poofs. Poofs are small round leather pooches to be filled with newspaper or whatever to make a seat. The hair from the animals is also saved and taken for the Berber women to hand weave them into rugs. It ...
... explore the city but we did go to the Mohamed V Square, Royal Gardens, Oudayas Gardens and most impressive of them all the Mosque of Hassan II. The mosque itself holding over 25000 people at one time and being the 2nd highest minaret in the world after Mecca.
Back on the bus we drove back to Marrakech for our last night of the tour. We headed into the Djemaa el Fna Square which was such a sensory overload I don’t even know where to begin trying to describe ...
... arrival.But to our surprise a face appeared in the small shutter in the door and he then opened it and invited us in to this beautiful stone riad. An English speaking person greeted us and showed us our room which was very basic but had all the essential needs and luxuries. Which opened up onto a magnificent open courtyard with plants and a water feature basking in the moonlight.Our riad ...