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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... It was a beautiful sight in the moonlight! We climbed aboard, lurched upright and swayed off into the sands. Silence (apart from my camel, Jimmy, who munched on something all the way out) constellations, and the peaks and valleys of the dunes passing beneath us like a sea-swell. When we started seeing shooting stars, things were getting ridiculous! At the foot of a high dune, we de-camelled and climbed by foot. In the distance we heard the squawks and giggling of a Japanese ...
Our last two nights before Marrakech are at this lovely getaway, Ksar Shama, only about an hour outside of Marrakech. It's up in the mountains, within a national park though, and is a peaceful little spot. Beautiful outdoor swimming pool and lounging areas and really nice rooms, some with wood burning fire places. We had ...
Sadly our time in Morocco has come to an end what a most amazing 2 weeks we have had. The time here has been full of adventure living up to everything I had hoped and dreamt about. The food, the people and natural wonders were nothing like we have seen before. All our accommodation be it the Riads or even sleeping in the desert have ...
... you as you enter into this dark, dingy room down uneven steps. From here I realised we had a ‘Water Man’, ‘Cigarette Man’, ‘Doughnut Man’ – as each stall pretty much only sold a couple of items each and from experience learnt that we could trust their products.
As we sat at the dining table downstairs to enjoy our piping hot bread, I met Sam and Jenny. We had a good laugh over lunch and after a quick change ...