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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and walked 3 minutes around a quiet alley to the Riad. We were welcomed by Giles and Dominique with Moroccan tea and homemade pasties and Giles gave us many tips about currency, tours and maps. Our room Essouira, on the first floor was spacious and tastefully decorated; the toiletries in the bathroom were of good quality. There was a safe in the room which was very helpful to keep our passports.
We got up and navigated our way to the North of the city, heading towards New Town were we visited the famous Jardin Majorelle, famous for its connection with Iyves Saint Laurent. It was interesting, but basically just a load of different types of cacti. After that we headed for the dyers district and were shown how the dye was made for carpets and clothes. The colours that they manage to get are incredible and all from natural ingredients. See image for colours created from rose ...
... As luck would have it, it was one of the few places that were open, and when I rolled inside, who do I see standing near the bar, Reverend Jesse Jackson. Not sure what he was doing in Morocco, but in Rick’s he was taking pictures with what looked like some pretty well-heeled dignitaries. I considered asking him to take a photo with me, but I was looking pretty grubby and decided against.
Another train ride the next day landed me in my final destination ...
... guessing it's from the desert.
We arrived in Marrakech in the early afternoon, 38C. Same hotel, different room. I thought about Wendy, Mark and Adam. I had met them a few hours earlier as they were ascending to base camp as we were making our way down. They would be summiting the next day.
Moha gave us instructions on the meeting point for the last dinner and a map of Marrakech with the route to the meeting point ...
... if it weren't so busy' came to mind. We spent our remaining time in Morocco lazying around the exotic plants, watching the conveyor belt of people taking the exact same photographs and discussing others' dress and demeanor. It turned out to be a fairly nice place to relax, which was very welcome.
We ended our trip on a high by very successfully bartering for a reasonable price for a taxi to the airport and felt like we'd at least learned ...