Dar Al Hamra
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Down to breakfast by 9.20am today and only part of crew to make it. Everyone else is clearly tired from yesterday and have opted to miss breakfast. Back up to our room and we turn on the TV to try and catch some news from BBC, and do some diary and blog writing. Down to the pool for another ...
... but as Grant walked faster the "Shuffler" kept up. A shopkeeper called him off to Grant's relief, who was thinking he was going to have to break into a run. A bit out of his comfort zone to say the least. Eventually we found the Market again which was very busy. Pedlars everywhere trying to sell things and not afraid to keep trying. The boys had enough and went to sit down and have a bite to eat and cold drink, leaving us girls to go exploring. It's ...
... and were then given the key to our room.
Our room was small but beautifully decorated and keeping to the style of a riad. All the rooms surrounded the large courtyard where there was a small pool and large trees to keep out the hot summer sun. Fortunately as we were visiting in winter so heat was not a problem. Riads were traditional Moroccan houses and their name comes from the Arabic word meaning garden because of ...
... to talk to us at length about the history of Marrakech and the tombs themselves. It was interesting at first but he went on for far too long and by the time he did finish, i was completely bored. We were given a bit of time to take photos before we moved on. The place itself was reasonably good but nothing to write home about. We had a short walk to our next sight in the Jewish quarter and then to a spices store which our guide was more ...
... belly dancers, story tellers, musicians, food stalls, and people wanting you to buy their very fresh orange or lemon juice, drinking their best mint tea, or try their slow stew camel's head, or sheep testicles or snails, and of course, couscous and olive crepes.
In the late evening, I was abit exhausted by the chaos and the walks, so I decided to do another must-do thing in Morocco : The Hammam, the traditional bathing house in Middle East ...