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TravelPod Member ReviewsRiad Anyssates Marrakech
clean, spacious, delicious food, fireplace, pool, great service!
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... a beautiful blend of spices, tainted yellow by the saffron - and a thick eruption of caramelised onions, raisins and orange arrived. It did not matter how many mouthfulls of the delicious meal I ate, it never reduced in size. In the end, I offered my leftover meat to the cat, waiting patiently by the table, imploring me with its pale green eyes to give it just a morsel of the food I was so enjoying. It was the only way I could have respectable given the plate back to ...
... to say hello and chat but the stall sellers are a lot more pushy than in the other towns. It’s a lot more touristy and they try to rip you off so much more.
We needed to get some Kaftan’s so that we are properly covered up when we hit Western Sahara and Mauritania so we haggled for those, I also bought some nice silver earrings and an ornamental tagine.
Next stop was the usual booze stop on the way to ...
... to heed. A visit to see the snake charmer completes our afternoon. We also have a tour of a herb and spice pharmacy. The licensed pharmacist prepares spices, marinades, remedies for every complaint, and even cosmetics. This was an entertaining and fascinating look at herbal medicine in a colourful venue. Of course all the merchandise was for sale, but I'm sure Australian Customs would take a dim view. Finally en route back to the hotel, we stop at the ...
... a magician thrown the mix. Along with some of the girls from our group I somehow found myself onstage belly dancing....oh the shame......if only my hips knew how to move in some way. Needless to say there were a lot of giggles that night.
The following day was spent in Fez, we started by visiting another pottery cooperative where we saw how mosaics were made. I have to admit I had no idea how much work was involved in making them. I don’t understand how it can be so ...
... who has spent lots of time traveling the world. He told me that without a doubt he feels safer in Marrakech or anywhere else in Morocco than in New York or London. He told me that there are no streets in the city that are not perfectly safe in the middle of the night, and he’s been living there his entire life.
With an average annual wage of about $1,200 per year, you would think that there would be more crime in Morocco. But King Mohammed IV has led his people ...