Domaine des Remparts Hotel & Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
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... the art had ran out! I almost got caught out too when I gave a 50 dirham note for a bottle of water and the man at the stall tried to short change me, only for me to check the change at the last minute, but at least he quickly gave me the right amount.
A fairly eventful first day! Welcome to Morocco!
The following day was a national holiday - the kill a sheep day, bigger even than Christmas! The day the families slaughter their sheep halal style then cook ...
We wake up. I breathe a sigh of relief. We don't have food poisoning yet. We again have breakfast on the roof terrace. I talk to Valentina, who works with Delila to manage the Riad. She is also from Italy. I ask her if she has been to Australia. She says that she is too scared to come because of our airports. She says that she has developed this fear from watching the Australian version of Border Security on Italian TV. I ...
... round trip into the Atlas Mountains. A popular thing to do in Morocco is to drive into the mountains, spend one night there and then drive back into Marrakech or wherever you’re staying the next day. That way, you don’t have to drive 12 hours at once, just 6 hours at a time over two periods. The views in the mountains were amazing, check out the pictures in and below this entry to see what I’m talking about. ...
... been where the airport is so close to the centre of the city as it is in Marrakech. Had I arrived at lunchtime and had a decent amount of daylight hours remaining in which to get lost and then get found again, I would have walked it. Conversely - and annoying - the departing flight left at 6:35am meaning that walking back to the airport to save on a cab fair wasn't practical either.
I got in late afternoon so I took the number nineteen bus and got out at Plaza D'Jeema El ...
... that we didnt have to haggle for. It was an interesting experience. I have so many things to describe Im getting ahead of myself so Im gonna start over and go by day:
Day 1:We arrived, walked around the city, had lunch at a restaurant (very different than anything Ive experienced, very weird service), had a homeless guy stick his fingers in our salt and pepper to season his bread, got lost in the souks, I got a henna tattoo, went back to our place, relaxed, went back out ...