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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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Sorry all that I am so late posting. I was catching up on delayed posts while in Africa and have been too tired/busy making my way around Europe to both journal and post the requisite updates for where I've been and what I've been doing. Now I'm typing some updates on my iPhoneq so typing with thumbs on a tiny screen combined with the long time gap means these will likely be shorter entries. I travelled on to Marrakech from ...
Friday, February 13 We were reluctant to leave this beautiful hotel. The French restaurant last night was a feast for the eyes and palate. Today we left at 8 AM to make our way across the High Atlas Mountains to the exotic city of Marrakesh. Our last mountain pass was a winter wonderland with a treacherous icy road. Lansari assured us that the roads were clear and clean. Our first stop was the Kasbah of Pasha Taourrt in Ouarzazate. It has ...
... tucking into his vegetarian pizza when an opportunistic school boy came running past with some friends. He stopped, hesitated, pointed at the pizza and put out his hand. 'Pizza', he said, so he scored a slice for his initiative. Cheeky monkey! Mindful of the fact that he would bring his friends back for pizza, Chris finished the rest of his lunch in record time!
Dear Jacques (the owner of our riad) got it so wrong when he told us not to pay more than 20 ...
... enough to get up above the medina on a few occasions, and the view was incredible. The highlight was certainly 'scampering' over rooftops like Aladdin to see the roof of the huge Mosque (although scampering implies we were graceful about it, which is so far from the truth. We actually got lifted/boosted onto a wall, and had someone to hold onto the whole time!)
... some time before the woman came in and covered us in a slimy black “soap.” She proceeded then to scrub every inch of skin with a very rough glove she was wearing, going over and over each spot with considerable pressure. This was unlike any body scrub I’ve ever had in the U.S. – she scrubbed until I thought for sure the bleeding would begin at any moment.
Big buckets of hot water were then sloshed over us, and we showered off ...