La Maison Bleue
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Instead of dragging my magic carpet about i decided to post it back to Australia so i made my way down to the post office to try and sort it out. Moroccans speak primarily french and arabic and as i speak none of those trying to despiser the customs information was a bit of a chore but i got there. almost had a minor heart attack when i was told it would cost $150 Australian dollars to post, good thing i got a bit of a bargain on my carpet!! Fingers crossed it gets ...
... head... 'This was nice' is what he was saying. Once rinsed again we put something in our hair and cleaned it well and were once again rinsed. Then we had some time of soap rubbed all over us and back to the rise but this time with a twist. The first bucket was cool - not cold but after having so much hot water on you and being in a steam room it did make you take notice or in Caleb's case scream and cause two other older guys to look over and say with their eyes - shut it ...
... truly unique. We entered the home of a local family, part of it having been converted to a restaurant. The roof and walls were, and I know this is cliché, a riot of colours and patterns. Everything was panelled in carved wood and painted in bright reds, blues and yellows. An ornate chandelier hung from the ceiling, but if this give the impression of a ballroom sized dining room then squash it. We were sitting cross legged on cushions in a room just large enough to ...
... to find our way out. I felt like I was in a movie, it was terrific! I don't know how to describe it really,except it was a maze of twisting alleyways lined with workshops, shops and people...they had everything there...but I didn't buy anything!!! I know that will suprise you all!
Anyway, we are about to set off now to see some caves where families live, so must finish. More on the magic of Morocco when time permits
... the residences in the Medina do not have bathtubs or showers, public bathhouses or hammans are still in regular use.)
Anyway, the backside of the hamman was opened and down a series of stairs I could see a fellow shoving wood and animal bones (seriously) into a large oven. I quickly learned that this was how the water in the hamman was heated. Yikes. The guys shoveling the wood and goat feet – seriously I saw him throw one on the fire) into the oven had ...