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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... fish with a salad, bread and a drink was good value. Not sure we enjoyed it though because now united in their hatred of us, the other two restaurant owners were watching every mouthful we ate.
Bypassing Casablanca population 4 million (the outskirts were manic, shame because of the film) we headed for Marrakesh. Where we found a campsite 8km outside the city or rather (it was found for us). Stuck in the busy Marrakesh traffic completely lost, a moped pulled alongside ...
... a large handcart to wheel our luggage through the jumble of narrow alleys to our riad. We had picked a riad in the Riad Zitoun El Khedim area south of the exciting central square known as the Djma elFna
OK! Before I go any further let me explain exactly what a riad is. It is a traditional Moroccan house or palace with an interior garden. The word riad comes from the Arabian term for garden, "ryad". The design of ...
... snail’s pace. After what seemed like an age since we set off, we reached the top of the pass and whatever benefit we had from setting off early in the cool air was gone. Luckily there was a young boy waiting for us at the top with ice cold drinks which everyone bought but i could not as i didn’t have any change! I had been trying to keep my hydration levels up but not having any water purification tablets was making it difficult. Thankfully the hard part was ...
... the centre). With a large stadium just up the road we were pretty confident there would be a bus stop somewhere in the vicinity but after only 200m a large, beaten up Mercedes, already laden with passengers, came screaming up behind us tooting loudly. A brief negotiation later and the lady in the front was unceremoniously shunted into the back to let us share the front passenger seat. With practically no French we thought our best bet would be to get to the Marjane ...
... for an hour until we made it to our desert camp. We left our camels and walked slowly up a large dune to watch the sunset .The view was to die for, dunes as far as you can see, and the sun lit up the dunes and made them glow red. What an incredible moment.
That night we all chatted around more moroccan food, drank tea, played bongo drums then lay out on the carpets and looked at the star filled sky. We ...