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... beef and vegetable skewers along with curried potatoes and couscous. Only for the owner to try and rip us off by charging us three times the amount of what the skewers were worth! They quickly backed down when they realised potential customers would be put off if they noticed a scene by their stall!
Another rep whose stall we turned down spotted us and told us to "burn in hell!" Charming! I then had a go at fishing for a drink bottle but after ten minutes my patience ...
... has read yesterday's blog. She is not happy. She says that I need to stop exaggerating. She says that the water she fell into at Ait Benhaddou yesterday wasn't knee deep, it was only ankle deep. I tell her that no one would be interested in reading about someone falling into ankle deep water. Even knee deep isn't that interesting. I tell her that if I really wanted to exaggerate I would have written that she fell into a raging torrent full of ...
... the Jemaa el Fna square, and at night it’s full of entertainers and ways for people to earn money. But during the day, it’s full of snake charmers and henna ladies (henna is a type of temporary tattoo).
The souks were really cool, and we walked through them every single day, except the two days when we went on our two day trips.
Day Trip No1
Our first day trip was a ...
... last chapter, Cairo, I stated that I was tiring of constant and aggressive badgering from hustlers, touts and scammers. Marrakech with it's world-famous markets and aggressive sellers might seem like a bit of an odd choice for someone whose patience is wearing thin but it was only going to be for five days and I figured I've put up with worse things before. Six days of being glared at by communists in Beijing, for example.
Off the top of my head I can't think of anywhere ...
... every night, the plaza is rearranged and people bring in about 70 food stands where they sell tagine, couscous, sheep, odd deserts and soups, escargot in huuge pots sold for about 50american cents for a bowl. Every night Aunt Nora and I would come to the plaza and have dinner and for the two of us for about 6 different plates of food, it only cost us between 8 and 9 euros, about 13 dollars. Also, you have to haggle for everything here. There was not one thing we bought, ...