Hotel Douar Al Hana Resort & Spa
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Up and breakfast at 9.40am. We are getting picked up by Bahia (MoMo) Driver to take us around some of the sights in Medina. He is a very personable man with dreadlocks, great smile and great sense of humour. As we drive around it is very clear that he knows a lot of people. We decide that he is an excellent and fun tour guide. We go to the Arabian Tombs, and a disused Palace. Such a lot of work has been done in the building of the Palace. We go to lunch at ...
Down to breakfast by 9.20am today and only part of crew to make it. Everyone else is clearly tired from yesterday and have opted to miss breakfast. Back up to our room and we turn on the TV to try and catch some news from BBC, and do some diary and blog writing. Down to the pool for another ...
... by Abdaellah, a very nice man and excellent salesman. When we were treated to Mint Tea after eyeing up some purchases, we knew he had thought he was doing well. Mint Tea offering is the key to knowing they are wheeling and dealing! Between us all we spent £625, most being ours. We bought a carpet, pouffe (which the hand-stitching was being finished on while we we're there), and a carry-on/overnight bag. He gave us 10% more off after lots of bargaining ...
... with free wifi by the Moroccan telecom company. We could never find the wifi, and we suspect that, while this was very relevant a few years ago, now almost everyone has smart phones (judging by what we see on the streets) so they don’ t need to search out wifi.
The UNESCO collection of artisan shops was fine, but we were disappointed how much all the wares look like all the wares found in the souks. Yes, we understand that they ...
... lamp shops and clothing vendors.
We wandered down one of the split alleys and saw traditional Moroccan dress shops, blankets and bedding. In another direction we saw leather goods and rug shops. And in yet another area we saw produce and meats and men in food stalls selling goat meat sandwiches (complete with goat head display).
It was as always, a fascinating slice of life, but was not quite as interesting as the narrow alleys and din of the Fez souks in ...