Riad El Arsat
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... He is Muslim but enjoys a drink occasionally. The hotel refused to serve him wine as he was a Muslim. I found this very difficult and don't get it. Marrakech is very expensive and the locals pay as much as the tourists - think multi national companies are making a killing and the government is placing little control on them... Parts of the Medina were difficult at times for me to take - the shock of it but makes one think about what a privileged life we lead compared with others in the ...
... everything we had imagined. One of our drivers had some fossils and jewelry for sale (of course), so we finished the morning looking through his goods. We chose a couple of pieces, and the haggling ensued, with offer and counter offer written in the sand. Hassan returned us at breakneck speed and maximum bounce, and we continued our journey with Farass, who seemed delighted in our own excitement in the experience. We were now heading for Tinehir, along the road of A Thousand ...
... Explore guide here and he took us on a walk through the surrounding area and through some berber villages. It was great to see things on foot, and, great to be out of the car for a day. Looking back, I loved all of the different things we got to see, but, I could have used more time to walk and sight see in each location. ...
... up with friends. Thank you Maureen and Pattie B for coming down to London from Ipswich to have lunch with us. It was so good to catch up on the 11 years since we last saw each other. And thank you Christopher and Caroline for coming down today from Oxfordshire to have lunch with us today, wonderful.
Tonight will be very sad because we have to say goodbye to our darling Emily and Sean. I won't say anymore as we are both feeling very teary about this .
... the local men respond to their presence. They swarm around western women and leer at them, saying "niiiiice" in a creepy Borat-like voice. It isn't a turn-on, really.
As we watched this band playing there was suddenly an influx of local men who took an interest. Sybie and Katie were buried in the crowd a little bit so all I could see was the top of their heads, but Lydia was right in front of me. One guy in particular in a green T-shirt kept edging his hand closer and ...