Riad Talaa 12
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... to hold. As well as hundreds of stalls & thousands & thousands of people everywhere. We were clutching our bags to make sure nothing was stolen! We went quickly back to the hotel & then went out on an optional extra 'Fantasia'- a Berber cultural experience. We had expected that it would be an intimate affair with us having dinner in a Bedouin tent, sitting on the ground, & seeing some dancing, ...
... and saw many women in their traditional North Moroccan clothing (picture below). On the way, we were so surprised to see many young kids hitchhiking after school for a ride home. This apparently is the norm all over Morocco and you see many people hitchhiking or trying to get a cab from town to town
- Chefchaouen was great for our start to Morocco and was excellent to explore. The blue houses ...
... each of them with their claims to fame or quirky sales pitch. A few mentions of couscous - again odd moments' where meanings are lost in translation.
WE lunched in an oasis in the middle of somewhere. The thing with this place is all the unassuming streets, plain and unadorned and then ...
... whiskey, Sam took care of her pictures, while I sweated out the Pats win. After that we did the five minute walk home and went to sleep.Unfortunately my stomach wasn’t feeling so great that evening, and the Moroccan food must have caught up with me because I ...
... direct us the right way, and a couple of times they downright lied to us saying that such and such a palace was closed, but “please have a look at my shop”, when the particular facility turned out to be not at all closed. We must have been solicited into a shop or offered a bracelet or a belt for sale at least a hundred times, but we have learned to put our natural politeness instincts aside and ignore them. At one point I was quite abrupt… ...