Palmeraie Village Residence
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... his nose up at my 40 dirham cents. Looked as menacing as a skinny 16 year old can be bless him. Fooded in the square on some heavy gravied tagline and bits, all for about 7 pounds each? Word of warning, free refills of that amazing sweet mint tea will give you diabetes...or at least a buzz that will last a good length of time!! It's not 1:43am been a busy boy! ...
... We left full and appreciative of the good value for money. Plus you couldn't really beat the atmosphere of the place. Getting home was much easier and we slid into our King size bed in our palacial room falling asleep feeling like royalty.
We woke up to have breakfast served to us at the upstairs terrace. It was stunning day. We spent the morning lounging around enjoying the Riad which we had all to ourselves. Except for the three smiling ...
... We were feeling quite full afterwards but there were plenty of cats around waiting for leftovers or spillages on the ground. There were also lots of carts selling local sweets so I got a box to takeaway for later.
On Thursday morning we enjoyed breakfast at the Riad on the terrace top overlooking the roofs of Marrakech. Later in the afternoon we ventured out to the main square again in search of freshly squeezed ...
... outcome of the Egyptian Presidential election is due to be announced. This takes everyone's interest. Later I ask Ahmed, why it is of so much interest. He said that people in Morocco are hoping for political changes here. The King and the government are too self serving. There is too much corruption. Health and education are only really available to those who can pay. They are watching Egypt and other countries where there have been uprisings so they can learn from this. They ...
... about smoking (non), high blood pressure (non), operations (non). He asks Ahmed to wait outside. He does the ultrasound on my leg. He starts up high at my groin. He says several reassuring biens (good) and then as he gets close to my knee, he motions to the nurse and speaks in rapid serious French. They are pointing at the screen. I already know the answer. ****, ****, ****. He stops and points to my leg; ici bien, ici bien, ici et ici thrombosis! He calls Ahmed into the room. I ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service