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Double bed at last!
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... co travellers aren't real good at keeping good time. We then went to the gates to the royal palace which were really quite gorgeous. We had 2 guides again which was great as our English guide was able to give us heaps of information. When we were leaving we saw soldiers, including the guards in their red, green and white outfits, all arriving & extra police on duty & this was because the king was coming to the palace, which was very exciting ...
... the King was visiting but luckily we met up with our local 'fixer' Callum, who we followed through the back roads into town and to Campsite Diamante Vert. The campsite is pure luxury, with lovely bathrooms, hot water and even a waterpark! Unfortunately as it’s out of season the water park is closed so we haven’t been able to have a play.
Callum took the cook group into town to buy ...
... we agree that when he returns he will take us in his car to the view points above the city to take photos, no additional charge! Not an option a large hotel would offer I guess!
Feeling so much better after a shower, we are ready to go. We do visit the scenic lookouts above town for pretty amazing panoramic views with a stop at the local ceramic factory one the way back. Not usually keen to visit places suggested by hotel owners/ taxi drivers etc (cynically believing ...
... are created. It's so labour intensive and can see why they charge so much for a traditional Tagine. I am very good and only buy a little three Tagine dip tray, it is so very cute. Next on today's hit list and one of the most interesting adventures was a walk through the medina. It's a maze of twist and turns over cobblestone narrow alley ways, with sights and smells all of the unusual kind. Old men walking donkeys through loaded with ...