Dar Al Hamra
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 90 percent of the population). He seems very nice. There's only 7 of us on this tour. The last couple are from the UK. Haven't chatted with them yet. Hopefully there'll be plenty of room on the bus and we can have a seat each. Then we had a traditional dinner at the hotel. Harissa soup with bread, chicken and vegetable tagine and fresh fruit. All very nice. Then off to the bedroom to repack the suitcase. Heading off at 8.30am ...
... here at the hotel tonight. Kofta (meat balls). Was ok. Nothing great but filled a hole. I met another Aussie couple here who are on the tour too. Sybilla and Alan. And they're an older couple too (60's). Theyre from Canberra. They're lovely and very funny. They're on a long trip as well so we have a bit in common. Will hit the Djemaa al-fna (market place) and souks tomorrow. Just looking of ...
... by its throat and it body draped over her shoulders and neck. In the meantime a retched noise was being squawked out of wind instrument to encourage the other snake (cobra) to look fierce, actually we know that the music is to calm the snake but it does have a grating effect on the nerves. Stephen was happy to take photos and keep his distance. Alas, he was very reluctantly persuaded to hold a snake while Gayle took photos. ...
... square” at us and pointed in various directions in the hopes of being paid. (FYI the square is the main tourist area of the medina.) We tried to ignore them for the most part but eventually I got worn down and started yelling back things like “circle” and “triangle”. Not my finest moment but it helped with my rage at the time. Eventually we did a 360 of the sprawling medina and got back to our Riad. We didn't bother heading out ...
... was amazing riding camels during the sunset and sunrise. It was a once in a lifetime opportunity. I got to ride on a super old camel. Pretty sure his name was Bill and he was the big fish of the group. Everyone answered to Bill. So even though it did cost us a fair amount of money to get to Morocco and even though the food made us sick, it was still a great experience. We all enjoyed it but we were very happy to be back to ...