La Mamounia Marrakech
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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Mamounia Marrakech
Quaint rooms with illogical electronic lighting.
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... helped him up and no one even battered an eyelid. I'm sure there must be heaps of accidents considering the lack of safety rules or any rules, but not an issue it seems. We clambered up to the waterfall and what lovely clear water, and spectacular views, and lots of people! Tarn was the only one brave enough to dive in, we just cooled our feet off. We then carried on a bit higher (not my favourite thing), and back down a different route. Magnificent views all the way and ...
... of the station because the ATMs were out of order. We walked past all of the taxis to find an ATM and wifi which we did after about 20 min of searching. The hostel gave us very specific instructions on how to get there and advised us that we pay no more than 20 DH for the cab fare. We are lunch at a restaurant and made the mistake of not sharing a meal which we usually do. Both of us could only eat a part of what we ordered so we took it to go. We went back ...
... wild. Also there are hundreds of eucalyptus trees brought here by the Spanish. We've also seen many many storks and their Hugh stick nests perched from power pylons to chimneys. We went out to dinner by horse and cart dodging all the mad drivers. Well the square here is something else. Performers everywhere - magicians, music, monkeys ( yuck) and john's favourite - snake handlers and "charmers". One told John there was no charge "come over here and I'll take your photo no ...
Kamal calls everyone to their seats and I take mine with eyes downcast, feeling like Mr Bumble in Oliver Twist. My position as "life-changing volunteer" has, I am certain, been downgraded to "useless person".
So what should I do? Short of actually stealing the remains of whatever games they have, I don't think I can disappoint them further and joining in seems like my only hope of redemption.
They're singing. Lots and lots of singing, all ...
Dal Chabab. Government-funded centre for disadvantaged children, open three evenings a week, a social club for anyone aged three and up. We cannot, however, continue to labour under the delusion that a Moroccan government centre for kids in any way, shape or form resembles a British government centre for kids. I very quickly discover that the differences are extensive.
If you are sporting some dream-like image of a multi-coloured nursery with a bouncy ...