Hotel Kasbah Kanz Erremal
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... I remember santa getting me a Barbie doll that could swim, I also remember panicking that Father Christmas wouldn't be able to get in as there was no chimney so made mum and dad show me the sliding doors were open, turns out that santa even left some snowey foot prints!! But back to the point...I remember the camel ride. I had a tea towel scarf thing wrapped around my head and the trip was fun! What I don't remember was the sore ****. I expect mum does though!! We trecked over ...
... 232;re! We were able to have a cold shower back at the main camp, and some breakfast - mint omelette! Yet again I braved it as eggs given how they store them, in the sun, would not be the best for Sean. Back on the road, long drive, pretty much solid 7 hours as we had to double back over where we had driven the day before, stopped along the way to a local souk which was great not a tourist in sight! As we approached the area we are staying we stopped at the centre of Ait Benhaddou ...
... cultural dynamic. Also, our hotel in Meknes was right next to a big mosque, so every few hours we were woken up by the call to prayer. Early the next morning we were off to Spain. I already miss Morocco so much, but now I'm back in Sevilla, where I can enjoy the Semana Santa activities.
A brief language glossary outlining all of the languages I used/learned while in Morocco:
... names. So in addition to being called "Japon" or "Canaria" (Canary Islands - a intentional corruption of "Canada" on his part since I speak Spanish), he also started calling me "Amon Hana". He claims it's some famous desert-wandering Berber dude's name. I have no idea.
In the meantime, we got a few perplexing tidbits - most of Morocco's population is Berber, and I think Hassan mentioned that 75% of the population speak it as well...but you never see ...
... second day we returned and excluding a couple a moments of temporary disorientation, found our way around without too much trouble – although we did stick mainly to the larger thoroughfares and avoided the smallest alleys where possible.
Just outside the city we also visited a local ceramic factory where they make mosaic tile patterns on almost everything you can imagine made from clay. There were tables, fountains and tagines, just to name a few. All ...