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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... New Zealand for being mean. I was so taken aback! I got over being affronted by buying myself some more jewels. I thought it would be a good idea to just wander around the souk as it didn't seem as difficult to navigate as the others, As it turns out i was wrong. And ended up getting amazingly lost. Luckily i just followed the trail of tourists and found my way out. Off to Cairo tomorrow morning, super excited about fulfilling all my Cleopatra ...
... we toured the gorge yesterday I forgot to mention that there were 3 or 4 places where fresh water was coming out of the mountain. People were lined up to fill their plastic jugs. I am assuming that this was their fresh drinking water. We were told that this one particular flow was especially good for women who were having difficulty getting pregnant, they would come to this spring and splash around a bit and this would help them get pregnant. We ...
... you don't enjoy, but you have to do, and this is my new philosophy. So what if i gave up on the HIKE up the slippery rocks? I actually thought I was having an asthma attack and I don't even have asthma, that I know of. I stopped to write this along the hike, while sitting on a rock. I'm very grateful that Jill is enjoying this and is happy to take pics of what I missed. Well, I gave up on ...
... sit in the river and drink the BEST mint tea. It's so popular in Morocco we had it with every meal and I loved it. We literally sat at a table in the river drinking the tea before heading to our next stop, a little shack where a group of women make Aragon oil. They showed us how the crush a type of nut and then from there make oil of all different types to sell. They had a large store on property so I bought a few things. They were about our age and so happy ...
... but with a similar feel to it with a big (massive!!) medina full of all sorts of tempting bargains (and not bargains too). According to The Lonely Planet you do well to escape without a carpet and I fell at the first place! Starting at £620 I got a really nice one for $150 which will go somewhere when I get somewhere to live! There is a massive square in the middle of the medina which during the day is full of musicians, snake charmers etc ...