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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Kasbah Agafay Marrakech
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... until we arrived about 4:30 at our next stop the town of Midelt. So far lunch and dinner had basically been the same, chicken drumsticks or beef cooked in a big pot with vegies. It's pretty good but we were ready for something different. The hotel in Midelt was really flash and meant a bigger selection so I had mixed grill and stace had some Bolagnaise and pasta. There was a Moroccan wedding on at the hotel so after dinner we were invited to attend. ...
... her fluent at times French. Always had "we are from Australia" up our sleeves and that helped to. People in all the places we have been have been so helpful and lovely, thank you to those people who made our travels so enjoyable and less stressful.
Back from Marrakech on the 25th August, on a Bank Holiday, aaaaahhhhhhhh. What was I thinking? Actually i didn't know it was when I booked the flight but I will never, ever do that again.
We drove back from ...
Abdul drove us to the atlas mountains on our 2nd day in Marrakech. Born in the mountains and he spent 19 years working at Ric************'s Kasbah in the Atlas Mountains, he recently bought part of a car and is a full time private driver. According to Abdul tourism is a game changer for the once poor mountain people and many locals are employed as guides and tour organisers for people like us who want to explore the mountains.
Once you leave the flat dusty expanse ...
... and half keeled over, only to realise it was a toy snake and then could not stop laughing at myself... This was to happen to me again later that evening and whilst my reaction was not as extreme it again came close such was my paranoia about one of the cobras being shoved in my face!
The square was just starting to fill up and the atmosphere was building, we enjoyed dinner close by the square before heading back to the riad where we sat, feet dangling ...
... tourists who have brushed up against her iridescent skin, trampled on her red earth, marvelled at the sharp pinprick points of light in her night sky. Africa is layered and varied and constantly shifting. She is impossible to capture in picture or word. A place that has to be seen, heard, and smelled; requiring patience and astute observation before she is ready to reveal. Africa is a craggy stone ...