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... the place was dead silent. We got worried, maybe this wasn't going to happen. We bumbled out to the lounge area using iPhones as torches. Nobody here. We unlocked the front door, nothing happening outside, but at least we saw a broad, starry sky. Then a whisper from behind said 'Come come sir and madams', and a little torchlight fell on us. We followed our driver out beside the Kasbah, where four camels waited, all saddled and tethered, legs folded neatly beneath them like ...
... cyclists here, presumably because they are a relatively inexpensive transport option. It is compulsory for the rider to wear a helmet, but most of them haven't worked out why....helmets are worn without the chin strap, or backwards, and when worn, they are only worn by the driver. If there are passengers, and often there can be several, they don't seem to have to wear a ...
... sans-serif; line-height: 23px; background-color: rgb(245, 245, 245);">Our tour had a lunch provided and most bizarrely we were taken to a 5 star hotel. There by ourselves in a fancy ?700+ seat restaurant we were given the pick of the menu. This hotel was used by the movie people when they come to town and had movie memorabilia (like the throne from "The 10 Commandments") lining the way to the toilets. Very surreal this fancy hotel with ordinary food in the middle ...
... a massage. The bathing aspect is usually in a steam room and the attendant goes through a various soaping, scrubs and rinses. I felt like I was a little baby getting a bath in a sink, or some bed-ridden person in a hospital getting bathed by the nurse. This may sound ...
... the Djemma El Fna (the main square in the centre of the medina) is about 5 minutes away. And it only costs 50 dh per day (less than $6.00). The other penalty is that we are parked behind one of the loudest prayer broadcast towers in all of Morocco so I guess we won't have to set an alarm clock!
As I write this in late afternoon, we have had a little stroll over to the Djemma and through some of the souks, but we are feeling pretty much “souked out” ...