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Travel Blogs from Marrakech
... tourists who have brushed up against her iridescent skin, trampled on her red earth, marvelled at the sharp pinprick points of light in her night sky. Africa is layered and varied and constantly shifting. She is impossible to capture in picture or word. A place that has to be seen, heard, and smelled; requiring patience and astute observation before she is ready to reveal. Africa is a craggy stone ...
... to the city. It's still full summer along Clifton Beach. Skinny boys play cricket on the sand. Teenagers in black wetsuits ride the curling wave. Anchored offshore is a small flotilla of pleasure craft packed with bronzed young people. The party is in full swing. We hear its rhythm. We order espresso and fresh fruit tarts at a quaint French bakery in the De Waterkant, Cape Town's garishly painted up gay quarter. We hang out with Nancy, a modern day ...
... There is not much to tell as we were all tired. We ate our food and drank our drinks, including the red wine served in ice, then left. It was only when leaving the place that we noticed some odd looking characters which led us to believe that we may have just been to a gay bar! Not that there is anything wrong with that but it was unexpected in a country like Morocco and a city like Marrakech. A short walk took us back to the hotel and it was straight to ...
... back to Marrakech at 7pm I was glad it was over. The desert was a sight to see but my advice to all would be if you can afford it opt for a longer private tour and take your time. --------------------------------------- --------------------------------- Mini Book Review: River God by Wilbur Smith In prep for Egypt and to distract me from my sore butt in the van I read my first Wilbur Smith book. I liked it, esp the pomposity of the slave Taita. A nice love story. 8 Briony ...
... hair and a synthetic. There were a total of three men who sole job is to lift, roll out and refold as many rugs as the salesman instructs him to grab. Prices ranging from 10,000D to 35,000D, close to $4,500, which had we been serious buyers and engaged in haggling, we may have walked out with one at a reasonable price. Thankfully Lowell was growing hungry and I restless, so we managed to escape without a purchase.
Ahkmid led us to a stall to eat a lamb in a pita ...
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