Dar Al Bahar
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... many great things to buy here!!! Our first stop today was the Royal Garden Mara Garden which was built in the 12th century when 10,000 olive trees were planted. There is a pavilion for the Royals to use next to the large reservoir which provides irrigation for the garden. The reservoir is higher than the garden and the plants are watered by gravity feed. Olive trees have to be pruned every year to get good olive production. The walls of the ...
... with a walk along the coast. We decided to take a walk by the coast and it was just beautiful. The fishing boats are all already back to port and lining the berth with some fishermen still clearing their nets. The fort was worthwhile view with unobstructed view of the coastline. Our cameras were kept very busy indeed. The souks were such a pleasant surprise compared to Merrakech. We felt at ease to browse with no ...
... right outside the medina, and the house is inside the walls, a five minute walk away. Hamid runs a business in town selling items made from recycled materials – bags, lamps, picture frames, shoes, and anything else that strikes his creative fancy. He renovated the house we stayed in, also using found and recycled materials; the result is something quite unusual. Picture the Weasley’s house from Harry Potter, make it a Moroccan riad, ...
... rate is as follows- - £1 =13 dihrams (all conversions
below are done by Charly)
We bought 6kg watermelon for 18 dihram,
so approx £1.36! (we were quoted 25 dihrams nearer the touristy
area...but it is still cheap)
10 peaches/nectarines and 3 apricots
for 15 dihram
5 plums for 6 dihram (around 45p)
Bread is 1-2 dihram (and it is yummy)
Dates...there are so many different
types here, but I got the small goey ones for 30 dihram for ...
... me from sleeping oustide in their jurisdiction, because they were worried about my safety. They ordered Amsa to take me with him to the next city, Laayoune.
When I got in Amsa's car the second time, I thought the sleep-deprived African might kill me.
But, soon, we were laughing about how stupid the police were for ordering us to do things that didn't make sense. Ha ha!
Crack! Oops, what was ...