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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... He is Muslim but enjoys a drink occasionally. The hotel refused to serve him wine as he was a Muslim. I found this very difficult and don't get it. Marrakech is very expensive and the locals pay as much as the tourists - think multi national companies are making a killing and the government is placing little control on them... Parts of the Medina were difficult at times for me to take - the shock of it but makes one think about what a privileged life we lead compared with others in the ...
... amp; playing the nafir which is a really squeaky bowing thing,with girls & women swaying in time. Some of them looked really bored & like they don't want to be there! We were then quickly shuttled out to see the horse display. There were tricks & lots of riding up & down a huge arena & firing guns. I jumped every time even though I was expecting it. Then back to the hotel after midnight. What a ...
... way to the hotel we stopped to look at Rick's Cafe- really a tourist haunt suggesting the original cafe from the movie Casablanca. In actual fact it is just tourist stop set up in recent years by a local businesswoman to capitalise on the fame of the movie which was shot in Hollywood and Lisbon and nowhere near Casablanca. The rest of our visit to Casablanca was rather disappointing. It really is such a big noisy city ...
... in all directions once we left the plains and started to ascend the serpentine road up the first slopes of the High Atlas.
The bus stopped in the market town of Asni. Before we had time to ask what was happening, our luggage, which was fixed on the roof of the minibus, was already moved to the roof of another van, so we followed it. We drove for additional 20 kilometres up the mountain to the village of Imlil. This is where the paved road ends and you can continue ...
... In fact, it's not going to happen for a long, long time, as I'll be leaving Morocco permenantly in a few weeks.
Now I have another very good reason to come back here someday though.
I will get a quick start on exploring the valley. I've got to hike 7 or 8 kilometers down the road to catch collective transport to the main highway anyways, so I might as well add a couple more villages along the way. So early in the morning I'm off on my way.