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Double bed at last!
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... out "Michelle Obama!!" Being in the Medina also taught me how to be a bartering pro. Mom, you would be proud. I never paid more than 50% of what they initially charged me. I was so good, that my roommate always asked me for help when she needed to barter. Out of it, I got a turban, some cool glasses, a pillow case, and an awesome Moroccan tunic. Also impressive in the Media were all of the smells. Some parts smelled like delicious spices, some like ...
... breakfast and we'd said half 8 so my alarm went off at 8 annoyingly! Mum was tellin me this morning that she dreamt her legs weren't working and she tried to tell me and call out (which did wake me up in the night) but she couldn't speak! Bless her heart when she was tellin it she said it just didn't sound as bad as it felt!!! So breakfast came out, our room is right next to the food again so we literally open our big double doors and we are in the foyer bit of the riad, it's ...
... eskimos were thinking when a voice over their shoulder whispered saying “My friend your feet must be awfully cold in this igloo filled with ice, perhaps you also want a carrpettt…..…”
Whats the conclusion? Street hustling in Morocco is part of the landscape and just the way it is, can you avoid it, No! Can you enjoy it? Only if you feel in control (which is less than more) ………. but the best way to deal ...
... pastille followed by fruit. Alcohol was byo beers and red wine. After they showed us around thier house and the small kitchen they prepared meals in. There were another 2 or three tables eating at the same time as us.
Up about 7.15am and go across the road for brekky. Both of us are are feeling a bit dodge so settle for Oj, croissants and tea/coffee. Michaela joins us and has the same.