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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... been a bit hectic with people sleeping on couches, trips back and forth to the airport, and so on, but it is nice to meet some new people and introduce them to the monkeys. During my six months here I have worked with 15 people from a total of eight countries including England, France, Scotland, Holland, the Czech Republic, South Africa Canada, and the US. It's pretty remarkable! And now I have friends to stay with when I visit all of these places!
... so ended up leaving the party early, I left them playing 21, Newmarket and Roxanne.
The next day was another free day so I went with Becci to one of the beach bars to soak up a bit of the sun. We drank lots of fresh juice while watching the camels on the beach and listening to some reggae tunes.
We headed back to meet the truck as we were off to another bush camp tonight. We headed to the edge of town and set ...
... in the house. It was hard to be around. And Anna, having cared devotedly for Liz was now coming down with some lurgy herself.
I was glad to get away from that riad and back out into the medina.
A small girl led me, Anna, Liz and Akila to the hammam for which we rewarded her a couple of dirhams. I'd experienced the hammam before, at Rissani on my previous trip to Morocco. This was similar but more crowded, a very basic stone floor to crouch down upon, buckets ...
... a massive underground water storage area used in the 1500s (?). Our hotel left something to be desired because it was mislabeled on the map, misadvertised as having wifi throughout, and the first room they gave us was dirty and smelly and had not yet been cleaned. Boo Ibis-Morocco (Ibis Europe on the other hand rocks). Funny, it was our first bigger hotel in morocco (vs Riad/guesthouses) and we were expecting nicer.
Next morning we battled this head taxi mobster in our ...
... Our digs were fine and cheap, if a tad musty and the toilet didn't work, but the room was a good size, clean and we had a terrific shower. We were also located off a balconied courtyard and able to access a great roof terrace, with brilliant views of the coast, so we'd got a real bargain. After a quick dump of our gear, we hit the terrific souqs and alleyways. But what quickly became apparent is that this is no travellers town, but rather a ...