Riad El Yacout
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Woke up early 4am, jet lag at its best! Glenys was also awake at 5.15 in time for the call to the morning prayer. At 7 we got up to prepare for our first day touring Morocco. We had a lovely continental breakfast at the Riad. Freshly squeezed orange juice, yogurt, coffee and pastries. We had a small plain cake which had glacÚ cherries, escargot …
... with an attendant, the name on the passport is checked against the boarding pass and the name on the baggage ticket that had been issued at a drop-off desk. By then I was half hoping there was a Ryad nearby and I could eliminate the need to fly anywhere! The plane was full of people and overfull of people's luggage. The crew were terrific at reorganising the overhead lockers to fit more in. Not surprisingly, Ryanair policy of allowing a free cabin bag, but charging ...
... we are in has an American couple that hired a guide and driver to take them from Marrakech to Fes. That a distance of a lot and it takes nearly 6 hours on the train! It took them almost 8 hours to drive it. She couldn't believe we would 'slum it' (my words but her sentiment) on the train whilst I couldn't believe anyone would pay what they must have to be driven that far. Another US couple were much more chatty and friendly so it should be interesting ...
The bus back to fez led to Vikki feeling extremely travel sick due to windy roads and our seats being near the back. This knocked Vikki out for the evening and she spent the evening in bed trying to sleep it off. Feeling much better the following morning we booked a night bus down to the Sahara desert for that evening and pottered around town to kill some time. We spent some time in the ...
... the most of the day and being away from the sick guy in our room seemed like a good idea. To get to Vouliblis the most easy way is to go on a tour but where is the fun and work in that? For adventurers it is pretty easy. First catch a bus to Meknes (about an hour away) and then get a grand taxi to Vouliblis itself (about 20 -30 minutes away) although I should note there are two bus stations so you may not stop at the right one for the taxis (particularly if your on ...