Auberge La Terrasse des Delices
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... find the way in and ended up walking all the way round it, over all the dilapidated ruins almost back to where we started, where we found the entrance! 20 Dhiram they wanted...each! We paid hoping there was some miracle about to happen but not believing it would.
Up a couple of stone steps and into a small open courtyard area and then a doorway on our left and then up a couple of flights of steps which led into a long corridor which ...
... at the sky and predict that a white bear will appear, playing a frozen martinet. You are a man of great spirit and your decoys are unsurpassed.
10. A Little River Water
There -- do you see those thoughts coalescing? There is a family of characters in there, still breathing. Chop through the prose and they will start moving around. While you are waiting to snare them, gather a supply of dead parentheticals, start a fire and have some ...
... was long, it was absolutely fascinating as we passed through more Berber villages than I could count. Berber are one of the original tribes in Morocco and their farming villages are usually built into the side of the mountains. You often see Berber women dressed in colourful clothing walking along the roadsides and working in the farming fields. I'm still not sure what the heck the men were doing because every time I looked I only saw women, young and old, hiking up and ...
... Jeremy had been keen to move on and he can never appreciate just how laid back and unrushed me and my children can be. Rather than moving on himself and all catching up later, which would be fine by me, he hangs around us in a mood of negativity.
This tension came to a head, when reaching the other side of the medina, i finally had enough of his snidy comments and snappy put-downs. I erupted before all, stating that this craziness of travelling ...
... convinced us to go on the Sahara tour, we were pretty excited about it. We woke up at 6:30 AM to have a quick breakfast before we were picked up in a 8 person tourist van by our driver. We were the first pickup, followed by an Italian couple and three hilarious British students. We headed out of Marrakesh driving southeast towards a little town called Ait Ben Haddou, but this specific blog ...