Riad 58 Blu
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... a good price by the end of the haggling process
We had a successful day shopping buying a couple of lovely metal lamps, a hand of Fatima pendant and a couple of leather pouffes. There are literally hundreds of stalls in the Medina. Different areas sell different products. There are leather areas, those that sell metalwork, carpets and cushions and even an area for spices.
We visited the women's cooperative and were shown something for sinuses, ...
... place with zip lines etc. the family took me along with them which was great and we had a picnic there as well. The rest of the week has continued much like the last week with doing work with the kids and then play after it's done with plenty of swimming. The only thing of note is that it's been raining which isn't what I expected for Morocco. I've also started a list of foods that I miss from home and will be eating as soon as I can. Even ...
... while the others were at a project. We came across a few people ad gradually started to distribute the food. Some were really appreciative including a woman with a baby we’d seen a few times on the way to the Boy’s Orphanage. Some were not so grateful and when offering them food they declined it and held out their hand for money. I found this disgusting, especially when we came across one ...
Henna tattoo artists
Caleches (horse drawn carriages carrying tourists and rarely emptied canvas bags of dung)
A guy doing cartwheels, asking for money, then doing more cartwheels, etc.
A dozen apparently healthy, normal adult males fishing for pop
From there the famous souqs of the Marrakeshi medina spread out far and wide, with thousands hawking their wares in dingy, narrow alleys ...
... this crazy square everyone was talking about and instantly has creatures thrown on us. We got them off as soon as possible though because we didn’t want to have to pay them. We walked around the square for a while and got a freshly squeezed orange juice. I was told they were the drink to get while in Morocco besides mint tea. There were rows and rows of orange juice stands. After a while we started to make our way back to the hotel. We kind of got lost but ended ...