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Out for a final wonder around the souks/streets.
Back to Riad to collect bags, and then off to airport for 17.30 flight.
Up early, bread and jam for breakfast, then short camel ride out of desert approx 40 mins.
Minivan back to Ouarzazate for lunch where we found a patisserie/bakery - very cheap.
Arrived back in Marrakesh at 6pm. Back to the Riad for a shower, then out for dinner in the main square before finishing the night with an enjoyable Morrocan Syrah at Cafe Arabe on the top terrace.
We slept in, then at 11am went for a hammam and massage.
I went first for the massage upstairs, where it was girls only, while James went for a hammam (scrub and steam) downstairs - boys only.
Then we swapped.
In the afternoon we went back to the souks to find the Tanneries.
We had a late lunch at Cafe des Epices …
We spent the morning looking for tour operators to organise a 2 day 1 night trip into the desert. That turned out to be harder than we thought. Eventually found something cheap, a group tour (650dir/65eur).
In the afternoon we explored the Bahia Palace ruins followed by the Saadian tombs.
We then had drinks on the roof top terrace …
Today we headed off to the Medina to explore the souks. First we visited Artesante Ensemble, to get an idea of prices.
In the souks, we bought a teapot and tangine (definitely overpaid). After exploring for a bit, we decided to head back to Djemma el Fna, and got lost. We were determined to find our way out without paying a kid to show us …