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... or so we thought. After wandering, and unknown to us, lost, we arrived at what we thought was the museum. Well, it was a museum but not the one we wanted - but in for a penny in for a Dirham as they say here, we paid the entrance fee and went into the museum. It was small, neat, uninformative and slightly dull, but the lady at reception was charming and did direct us to the correct museum as we left !
After a spot of map ...
... a country where alcohol is not easily found (no drinks on this entire trip). And I have not found a cafe with a woman sitting alone - in fact I can only remember 2-3 times I saw a woman sitting at all (always with her husband). Only the men go out. So I don't find it comfortable. Of course it probably doesn't help that it's been quite chilly every day - I packed for ...
... far below) and the guardrail had not been replaced. Moroccans drive like Europeans which means they have some crazy sixth sense about passing on every curve. So all in all it was a fist clenching, catch your breath and help the driver brake drive. At dinner tonight our guide told us there was an accident on the road just yesterday killing 24 people. But having survived - it was a great experience! We then arrived in Marrakech - the most modern city we've seen (there's a ...
... decision which in hindsght was excellent but at first glance seemed rather risky as cars, motorbikes, donkeys and people rushed by us. We got to YSL's rather clinical but beautiful gardens ( look up Jardin Marjorelle for the background ) and wandered into his small but immaculate museum of Berber life, and left feeling no wiser about Morroco but slightly lighter in the wallet. We then stayed on foot and walked into the centre ...
... in Marrakesh. Largely still an agriculture country with phosphate production being the main trade product. Mohammed IV is the leader of the country today. Very strict architectural guidelines--sll buildings have to be the same reddish earth color and building height is limited. There are no skyscrapers. Almost an Andalusian architectural style feel to the buildings. THE KOUTOUBIA MOSQUE The Koutoubia Mosque, located in Marrakesh's Djemaa el Fna Square, is a landmark and ...