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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Up at 3.45am and off to Stansted Airport headed for Morocco. It is Leigh's birthday today so she is certainly getting a full day in. We arrive in Marrakech around 10am to 30+oC even that early in the day. After gathering all our bags and going through all the various checks (I'm the only one of the seven of us that hasn't got a UK passport) we get a bus to our Hotel. It only takes us 20 minutes before we arrive at the Hotel El Andalous. Very nice. It takes a while ...
... family has opened their home to view by tourists, and several other groups were there at the same time. We were shown the mill, powered by the water of the river, which wasn’t working today because there had been a small flood yesterday due to the heavy rains and broke the sluice. Then we were shown the various rooms: bedroom for women, kitchen, sitting room which doubles as room for boys to sleep. They have installed flush loos. With Mohammed, we ...
... rate was twice this. Finally got a driver to agree to MAD50. On arrival a local helped the taxi driver with directions and helped carry our bags 20m to the front door of the riad. He then demanded EU5. Gave him MAD5 and told him to get lost. We sipped mint tea whilst waiting for the owner of the riad, Jacques, to show. His helper who greeted us did not speak any English and couldn't find us in her book. Thankfully, the confusion was ...
... interesting items such as the “Moroccan Viagra.” And no, I did not buy any of it for all of you who are curious. We eventually walked into one store, where the guy gave us the tourist song and dance. He showed us all the different spices, explained what ...
... to serve mint tea;
teapots new and old of all sizes to serve the ubiquitous and refreshing mint tea;
tablecloths in cotton and serviettes to match;
salt and pepper pots in Maillchault or pewter;
white hand made plates hand decorated with pewter rims to serve couscous and lamb tagines; blankets for the colder months;
exquisite metalwork stands for shampoo, hand lotion and shower gel complete with tiny lids and matching tassles to coordinate with ...