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Travel Blogs from Marrakech
We took two advil in addition to the natural exhaustion the night before to make sure we were well rested, which meant that we didn't get up until almost noon, and didn't leave until about 1:30pm. Aarathi decided she'd had enough of the faux vegetarian meals and so brandishing her lonely planet decided we were going to hit a place from there, …
Yet another early morning (some holiday!) as we wanted to make sure we had some breakfast before meeting up with Abdul at 8am. The breakfast was certainly better than that in the desert, with fresh orange juice and some nice croissants. We decided to stop in briefly at the movie museum in town, as the price didn't seem that extortionate. Apparently …
... about 3 hours in Starbucks we continued on to the train station where we hung out in a McDonald’s until our train was ready. (You're probably sensing a theme here but the big international chains never seem to mind how long you hang around in their restaurant for... very handy for travellers.)
In comparison to the overnight trains we have travelled on in India and Vietnam, this once was luxurious. Not only were the mattresses thick and come ...
... you and any service must be bargained before hand to make sure you don't get ripped off. We walked through the markets and wanted to but everything from hippie pants, to sandals, scarves, jewellery, spices and sweets, it was all quiet over whelming. In he end I bout some hippy pants bc two bracelets. After spending a few hours walking around we were so hot and bothered we grabbed some nan bread for lunch and walked home. We spent the afternoon ...
... Berber crafts before reaching the tiny settlement of Aroumd. The path here fords an immense dry river. Invisible tributaries were carefully plaited off to feed lush green fields. An old gent ran the tiny cafe, dwarfed by the magnitude of Toubkal that rose further up the valley. He sprinkled 'remedial herbs' (dried thyme) onto the smokey gunpowder tea and we savoured the bitter flavour and the view. "Maybe you could visit somewhere new every birthday?" ...
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