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... off and on, and around their horses. Great skill required. Then all the dancers came out including a traditional belly dancer. And just when we thought there could be no more Aladdin came flying across on his magic carpet!! All through the night there was camel riding available! A very enjoyable night and definitely Fantasia. Back to the Hotel by taxi and kids went off to bed and we ventured into the Bar for a nightcap and to talk about what we could do ...
Weather :-/ Cycled the backroads of the Palmerie. Some gates into walled mansions were grander in size, decoration and cost than an entire house. Visited the Majorelle Garden. (As tasteful as a 1970s children's playground off the Arizona interstate.) An excellent small museum on Berber culture is housed within the garden. Each room describes an aspect of Berber culture such as customs and agriculture, jewellery and clothing, music and ...
... of food stalls had popped up whilst we were having dinner - how dare they? If only we had known .... What sights befell our eyes - worthy of a mention were the cooked sheep/goats' heads for A$10. Hmmmm .... maybe tomorrow. Debbie was not impressed!
On the way home, google maps proved useful when we missed a turning. Weatherwise, the night was balmy and very comfortable. We made our way back to the riad without pulling out the long ...
... our necks, and a cobra snake close to us. I was definitely ready to pee my pants I was so nervous. I had to chip in a few more Dirham to the guy to take our picture, but it wouldn’t have been a trip to Morocco without seeing some snake charmers. The ...
... some days ago. I think it was the second of this month. I got here with only my guesses and assumptions. I had no hotel reservations, and no map. From the plane, I went through customs, to the currency exchange booth, and eventually stepped out on to the front porch of Africa. I grabbed a taxi and told the man to take me to a fair priced hotel. We negotiated the rate and off we went. As a United States passport holding citizen in ...