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Travel Blogs from Marrakech
... and pillows, the individual compartments also had doors you could close, and the toilet had toilet paper, soap and a hand dryer. As I write this now it seems like a really silly thing to get excited about but after 2 months in India we have come to expect nothing from anywhere and always carry our own toilet paper and hand soap. Each couchette compartment had 4 beds in it and so we shared ours with a local man who spent most of his night not in the ...
We watched Marrakesh transform itself from dawn to dusk. The souk sellers were still unlocking and arranging their wares. We found miniature Saharan tortoises and chameleons in cages, glossy olives and preserved lemons jammed into jars, buckets of coloured spices and crumbled bark. We spotted tagines of yellow juices decanted into foil lidded jars and pots, nestled into hot coals. The colours of the souk, soft pink and jade leathers, warm ...
After finishing breakfast and checking out of Chez Pierre, we decided to take up Barbara on her offer and join her for a ride to Ouarzarzate. We would do one stop along the way, at Skoura, to check out an oasis. Chatting with Barb on the journey revealed her interesting story and unique perspectives on life. She has a family back in Switzerland, but finds it necessary to do solo trips around the world, or 'vision ...
... it was genuine or not I had a great time & decided I would be happy to visit Marrakech again.
Things I recommend in Marrakech:
- Experience a Hammam
- Haggle yourself a good deal in the souks
- Stay in a riad
- Sit in the front circle of some great music
- Eat at a stall in the evening
- Escape from a carpet shop
- Get lost & find yourself reaching the walls of the city
- Try some delicious authentic moroccan ...
... poor woman frightened into hysteria when a salesman put one over her shoulder when she wasn’t looking. If it had been me I would have punched his lights out! Any man that walked anywhere near me with a moneky was met with a very firm frown and 'Je n’aime pas les singes’ (I don’t like monkeys) and a ‘don’t argue’ hand in the face. It’s not technically true. I have nothing against monkeys particularly, just that ...