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... and escaped off the tourist route, so we wouldn't be repeatedly directed to 'the big square overthere'. After an expensive lunch and a spectacular demonstration of Arab pride, spilling into a street fight complete with brandished bread knife, we located a street market. Fish sellers gutted buckets of sardines in the street, depositing large mounds of gut and spine onto the cobbles. It was a relief to be ignored by the stall holders and able to haggle and ...
... Wouldn't you know we're riding on the Marrakesh Express
They're taking me to Marrakesh
CSNY's song was stuck in my head as we took the train from Casablanca to Marrakech and for the next three days, with several notable differences. First, they failed to tell us that they will sell more second class tickets than there are seats.
... if we knew who Marjorelle was but after a little prodding my memory seems to have a vague recollection of him being a painter. The house and gardens were later bought by Yves Saint-Laurent. Him I recognized. . Beside viewing a beautiful garden, we find out that Chris has an allergy to cedar. in the garden There is a small museum on the different Berber tribe ...
... guitar like instruments. The woman dancing with a tray of lit candles balanced on her head. The belly dancer……William and Pat both danced with her! The entire evening was beyond our expectations.
Monday, January 7th:
We spent the day the day with Abdul, our local guide. Through the old palaces and masoleums. The market is everything you have heard or read. It’s crazy with people, bikes, ...
... dining at my favourite eatery, before finally turning my back on this rather special square. I needed to catch up on some vital journal entries that were getting too far behind. Another lush shower and a retreat to a big double bed with my laptop were to have been complimented with a couple of local beers, but the riad hadn’t stocked up and were out. It simply wasn’t to be!!
Thursday 15th September 2011 – Marrackech > ...