Al Fath Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the medina through Bab Marrakech gate near a bastion. The whitewashed houses with blue doors reminded us of its Portuguese past. The narrow streets were lined with tourist shops selling colorful purses, scarfs, earthen ware, highly polished wooden boxes and chess sets and carpets. It will be fun getting lost here. Medinas are a difficult to navigate maze and we were grateful that Pascall ...
... ok 145, it's just 5 dirhams more than your cost it's not much.....my reply, a kilo of oranges is 5 dirham and that's exactly what I was going to eat for dinner, oranges, that's it. I look to the man, say 140 and we have a deal and I put out my hand, he accepts. ______________________ Tomorrow I venture back to Marrakech, where I started this whole journey, and get ready for my adventure into the Sahara. I will not have access to internet during this time so a blog for this leg may be slightly ...
... was in a high altered state of Lets Share Everything We Have, and was inviting us to come to his riad and have grand breakfasts free on the house. Jeremy loved the sound of that, as he does anything that is for free. On my part I knew this freeness was an illusion and while Atmo explored more of the alley, I warned Jeremy as such, that the others in the riad would not appreciate Jeremy hanging out there all day, eating their food and using the wifi. But Jeremy saw ...
We got a bit delayed due to unforeseen circumstances when I (Kristy) came down with food poisoning. After 36 hrs in bed and a missed bus that was by no means happening, Lance and Byron guided me to the grand taxis, just outside the medina for our trip to the coast. Our plan was to hire one for a much faster and easier ride than the bus. Lance found a guy to take us for half the price offered by the first taxi driver (the first taxi was hailed by a vendor trying to "help" us and of ...
Thursday 25 August 2011
I managed to catch a bus almost immediately to Essaouira and met an American woman called Leslie on the bus. She was living in Rabat at the time, learning Aarabic, but was taking a few days out to chill in Ess'a, before going on to a 2-wk Exodus trip, trekking all around the High Atlas. It made sense for us to share a room, thereby halving the cost it would have been otherwise.
Essaouira is another town with ...