Riad Al Madina
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the Moroccan people is much easier to bear and laugh off with another person and even in my few hours since she's been gone Marrakech is a little less fun and a little more grating on my nerves. I hope you've enjoyed this weeks blog and I hope that I've summed up Morocco accurately enough for you to get a good picture of what it's like. It's truly a whole other experience and I've honestly loved this country more than any I visited in Europe despite it's hassles. I'd also ...
... following me? NO. Gosh can't they give it a rest. I think if travellers were smarter and didn't give into any of this **** then they would soon realize they are getting no where with it but will that ever happen? Probably not. I hate the scared traveller, giving into scams, ripoffs and more, causing trouble for me. Ha My initial impression here is that it's extremely touristic, and almost like the Europe of Morocco. A walk down the streets reveals every sort of souvenir you ...
This was a day of intermittent rains and flooding, which began with me at last finding the old Jewish quarter known as the mellah. This was now the poorest part of the medina with its crumbling houses, some of which were totally trashed, unbecoming smells and dumped rubbish. There in the midst of the decay was one of the old synagogues, at the house of Rabbi Haim Pinto who was somewhat of a saint in the Jewish community. His house and the synagogue ...
... sumamente básica y en general se rendían al sentirse frustradas por no poderse comunicar. Por lo tanto, mi interacción en Marruecos, todo lo que aprendí era por medio de mi interacción con el género masculino. Sin embargo, puedo decir que las dos relaciones más interesantes y de conexión que me llevo son con dos mujeres. Una, madre de un amigo, educada y con quien pude compartir. La segunda, era con una mujer mayor en un bus. Ella quiso que me siente a su lado, durante las ...
... mint tea, commonly known as ‘Berber whiskey’. We sat there for an hour and talked, planning out the next leg of our trip.
Estela was looking for a sweater and so we found our way into a shop run by a Berber nomad named Habib. He offered us tea, and I plopped down on one of his rugs (he was a rug vendor) and leaned against a dozen more. We talked about traveling and the majority of his year that he spends with his family in a Kasbah on the southeast corner ...