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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Its a bit warmer now. We get a taxi to our next hotel, Palais Namaskar. It takes 20-25 minutes as it is on the outskirts. We arrive about 3.30. We have a lovely room with a terrace and a small plunge pool set in a larger pond. We sit and relax on the terrace and then start to get ready for dinner. We discover we are sharing the room with some unwelcome guests. Cockroaches start appearing. About half a ...
... would commence.
The one challenge in a Muslim country is that most of the people do not want their photos taken. As a result, Scot is working to improve his “shoot from the hip” photography skills — holding camera down low while we talk to people to distract them from the fact that he is actually taking their photos. We would say that it is a “work in progress” and he got a lot of photos of the sides of buildings ...
... mainly pebbled pitches, mostly flat (good for sleeping) amidst an abundance of Argan and olive trees, palms and marigolds. On one side, a clean swimming pool, paved all round, with plenty of recliners, all in good condition. Beyond the recliners, amongst the shade of more trees, large cushioned settees with shade umbrellas, hammocks and coffee tables. On the other side of the pool, the bar and restaurant serving up great Moroccan salads, couscous and ...
... After this, I walked over to the Bahia Palace, a 19th century palace with flawless Moroccan style.
I walked through the narrow streets of an authentic neighborhood in Marrakech that was devoid of tourists. After this I went over to Cimetière de Bab Ghmat, a massive cemetery that was closed off. Fortunately, I was able to stick my camera through a hole in the cemetery walls and take a picture. After this long day of walking, I went over to Café du Livre to write ...
... with traditional dancers, musicians, and the usual belly dancer.
An interesting thing we have discovered here is the number of new housing projects that are being built outside of all the major cities we have visited to date. The shanty towns are being demolished as new blocks are being built and occupied.
Another busy day tomorrow – and I think shopping may be on the ...