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We had 7.5hours on the train today to get to. Marrakech, to pass the time we bought a pack of cards and taught Katie how to play eucha. We got to our hotel about 5pm, dropped our bags in the room and went out for a walk to the main market square. Unfortunately this didn't leave us with a great first impression of Marrakech. It was a huge and very busy place, where there were people everywhere, ...
... the tea is a very important ritual and can take up to five minutes to prepare. They drink it with huge amounts of sugar and is so sweet.
Here we stay in Riads, which are hotels now, but used to be homes for one family, they have the balconies facing inwards towards the centre of the house.
Chefchaouen to Fes
On our drive to Fes, we saw so many sights of everyday life here that were new to ...
... speaking Moroccan women tried to explain to English understanding Brisbane girl the process of a Moroccan bath. Turns out to be a formula quite easy. Firstly changing into a big comfy fluffy robe and down the stairs to a cool sweet smelling basement level place. A shower and into a warm room. Its cathedral-ed polished concrete walls and heated stone benches a place of quiet serenity
... be much easier on us. We met up with Mohammed, our hostel manager, and went out in the market to purchase all of the necessary items. In this case the "market" refers to guys with piles of produce set up along the town alleyways. Along the way we picked up normal ...
... 8221; campgrounds are nice for their facilities, but they are usually too far from town to walk or cycle in, and the other campers tend to be big spanking new affairs with TV dishes and other trinkets and toys, and they are often in convoy groups which makes them a little less approachable.
We will be heading north tomorrow toward Meknes and Fes, probably through the High Atlas, so we will be saying good-by to probably the only warm weather nights of our trip. ...