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Travel Blogs from Marrakech
... we have explored, Africa is a place where the beauty of the natural world overwhelms, catches you in the throat. You enter a transformative space that fosters an awareness of your astonishing insignificance on the planet. There is a touch of melancholy as we jet north. However, we are extremely fortunate, unfairly privileged and immensely grateful to have glimpsed the southern reaches of this magnificent ...
... who, at the age of 62, has never lived anywhere in the world for more than four years. She currently hangs her hammock in Ubud on the island of Bali. Together the three of us go to crammed seafood restaurants and boisterous wine bars. We always order a second bottle. At the Montebello Arts Centre we attend a fundraising dinner in the Garden Lounge. The band plays Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock on the marimbas. Candlelight dances under the trees. We feel the ...
... driving. Dead set, they try and squeeze every single penny out of all the tourists. - Beard Watch: having not shaved for about two weeks (to fit in with the local Moroccans), there is finally significant growth, that can actually be noticed by people. Also of note, a bit of ranga (red) has crept into it, therefore making it a two-toned masterpiece. Stay tuned. - Hash Count: in the first probably two hours Cam and I were here, we got offered hash (amongst other things) ten times ...
... All the windows had bars so she could not climb out of them. I will not repeat the conversation that was had upon my returning to the hotel room an hour and a half later.
The next day, we went to visit the “Hollywood” of North Africa. Amongst others, movies filmed here include: The Jewel of the Nile, The Mummy Returns, Kingdom of Heaven and Gladiator. The guided tour was definitely worth the 50 MAD per person. All the sets remain standing and get reused for new ...
... gardens which were pretty.
That evening we ventured out at dusk which is when the center square comes to life. The locals are out playing all types of games. Brae and I saw some young boys fights with boxing gloves as entertainment. The girls went to a trustee restaurant while Brae and I ventured into the food market stalls that had popped up the center. It’s like a little community of make shift restaurants. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service