Palmeraie Village Residence
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As we arrive in sunny Marrakech, we thought it was an ideal moment to finally write the long-time-coming food blog. And here it is: our carefully (and tastefully) selected list of the fabulous, weird, hilarious, memorable, strange, and sometimes just confusing food (and drink) experiences over the last 5 and a bit months (in chronological order). Enjoy your meal / ¡Bon Provecho! / Bon Appetit! / Buon Appitito / وجبة شهية. ...
Inspiring Jouneys around Morocco
Toubkal traveling is a tour with an adventurous slant, organising high-quality group mountain trekking and 4x4 tours in and around the Atlas Mountains and Sahara, as well as tailor-made holidays for individuals and private groups. Toubkal traveling is managed from Imlil area by people who are both passionate and knowledgeable about Morocco, exactly in Atlas Mountains, ...
The christmas holidays to 2010, I went to Marrakech and I visited diferent places, the first was:
The Place Jemaa el Fna is a central square at entrance to market in Marrakech. You can buy all types of things, from backpacks to dentures, snakes or anything else. Also, you can find a lot of types of food. The most popular is cuscus with spicy ingredients. There you can eat with fork and knife, but the tradition is ...
... of getting some commission on what ever we bought ....unfortunately we did not make Yossif's fortune....we bought some massage oils and Nikki had a massage...but that was all...we soon found Yossif was keen to part company and search out more prosperous tourists...we made our way to the main square where snake charmers were keen to get their pictures taken with cobras ( for a small price) ....women wanted to tattoo Nikki with henna (for a small price) and you could get ...
... to see. They lived a very simple life but we couldn't help but notice and laugh that there was electricity switches around the cottage. So, we think although they definitely lived a simple life it wasn't as simple as the guide portrayed to us.
We jumped back in the van and headed up the road to enjoy our lunch on the riverside. It was a really nice lunch and very similar to the lunch we'd had the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking