Riad Dar Sbihi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... taking a shared taxi majority of the journey due to a broken down bus but they made it. So we were off on a very long journey, leaving the beautiful sands behind us to go back across the beautiful country of Morocco. The remainder of the day was spent driving back across the country, but what a beautiful country it is. There are so many different environments, it is a surprisingly beautiful country and I absolutely love it. I completely understand ...
... this time was comprised of a much broader age demographic - two teenagers with their parents, two older couples and two 30 something solo travellers, their nationalities ranging from British, to Canadian, Australian, Dutch and Austrian. It would make for an interesting group. We enjoyed drinks on the roof terrace, overlooking the sunset as it painted the city in front of us in golden hues, the minarets and rooftops glinting in the remains of the day, backed by the snow-covered peaks ...
... in any movie. It was loud, noisy, colourful, full of snake charmers and dancing bears, fresh fruits AND pick pockets. We loved the vibe.......if only we could have sat and had a beer to watch the passing parade:( I had to get a photo with a snake, although Steve was not keen and kept a safe distance. We found ourselves in a beautifully decorated restaurant in the centre of the 'old city' on our second night. The photo I have posted here shows the detail in the ...
... was fine, but we heard from Katie mid-afternoon to say that one of their vehicles had broken down and because of the supplies they were carrying they all had to wait for it to be fixed.
She arrived back at the local army cadet base at 03:00. We were due to leave for the airport by 10:00.
We made it to Luton, tired, on time for the direct flight to Marrakech. Three hours and twenty minutes in the ...
... any further. He waited outside for a tip- I showed an empty purse.
We stayed in Riad Jnane Mogador, on the ground floor. As we put down our bags, we wandered up onto the roof terrace and got a drink. Soon we heard the 5 mosques speaking/ singing out to each other- This was going to be part of our soundtrack of the trip. 5x a day.
After we walked into the Jamaa El Fna, the famous market square. We discovered trays packed ...