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Up and breakfast at 9.40am. We are getting picked up by Bahia (MoMo) Driver to take us around some of the sights in Medina. He is a very personable man with dreadlocks, great smile and great sense of humour. As we drive around it is very clear that he knows a lot of people. We decide that he is an excellent and fun tour guide. We go to the Arabian Tombs, and a disused Palace. Such a lot of work has been done in the building of the Palace. We go to lunch at ...
... sunning, lounging, food and drinks. We are joined by others at various times during the day and have a plan to go to "Mamma Mia's " for dinner. It is an up market Italian restaurant and delicious food. Everyone is very full yet again. Back to Lyndon and Leigh's for the usual nightcap and off to ...
Up and early breakfast at 8am. We are heading to the local Markets and Tannery in Medina, or "Old Marrakech" today and want to get there early and beat the heat. The main Market was setting up in the Market Square as we arrived (9.40am). We headed off down narrow streets with shop fronts mostly closed. The further we went the narrower the streets became and eventually we asked a local about the Tannery and its whereabouts. He said he could take us (for a small ...
... displayed various clothing on mannequins throughout the room – with no glass between yourself and the clothing, which was nice (and trusting). Exit through the bookstore.
After leaving the museum, we toured the gardens. It rained briefly (and, in fact, the only time we had no sun today was during our visit to the gardens) but not hard. We both liked a few things in the gift shop but opted not to buy, since we planned to visit the ...
... and consisted of two primary mausoleums, as well as the womens' tombs and lesser known princes, which were outside and less than glamerous (although the tombstones are engraved with beautiful calligraphy).
The first mausoleum contained the tomb of Ahmed el Mansour; who was the Sultan of Morocco between 1578 and 1603 and is considered the greatest Saudi Sultan. His tomb was spectacular and featured three rooms. The center room contained Ahmed el Mansour's actual ...