La Mamounia Marrakech
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Quaint rooms with illogical electronic lighting.
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Trip to Wadi Rum then transfer to Bedouin jeeps (loose description). Very cold in desert with wind and about 10 C. Visited Bedoun tent where had tea and biscuits. Got pictures but lighting was poor. Visited Lawrence's Spring and Khazali Canyon. Then headed off to airport. Long flight to Morocco but pleasant. Now in Marrakech.
Visited the older section of the Medina and walked to Ben Youssef Medersa, a religious college founded in the 14th century. On foot, we visited the craftsmen of the Souk, viewing shops of leather makers and metal workers. Afterwards we drove to Bahia Palace for a tour. We ended the morning for a photo op at Koutoubia Mosque. We had a great buffet lunch then spent some time at the spa.
... 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 ...