Riad Dar Nabila
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I climbed the final tall dune, the shine over the edge was getting stronger and stronger. I sat there on the days untouched sands, right on the edge of dunes all alone. Not another person in sight, I watched as the touched the sands of Merzouga, I watched it rise above the perfect dune set right in the middle. It was the completion of an absolute dream, it was incredible and I can’t describe to you the feeling of seeing such a thing. It ...
... from the country - we negotiated the airport, with its smiling staff and braved the taxi rank. Expecting to be pushed and pulled in all directions, it was a pleasant surprise to be met by a welcoming driver who simply ushered us into his taxi once we had agreed a price to the hotel. "Madam," he said and them proceeded to give us a guided commentary as we passed sights of significance. Justifiably proud of his city, he gave us directions to the major sights we would want to see ...
... to the Gold Coast! We arrive at Madrid airport for our 'international' flight to Marrakech in Morrocco..........and hopped on a 14 seater plane! It was similar to a plane you would catch from maybe Hamilton Island to mainland Oz, certainly not a plane you would expect to be on, travelling between countries! We continue to be amazed at how small other countries are compared to Australia. We had booked into a 'Riad' in Marrakech. Raids are smaller, family run, ...
... in the street - all far too compacted for any sort of accurate navigation. After an hour of turning back from dead ends and impassable alleyways, we gave up, reversed with hand on horn to warn anyone in our way for at least quarter of a mile, regained a "proper" road and kept going round the outside of the Medina until we saw a sign for the airport.
With only twenty minutes left, we cut across the traffic to fill ...
... henna lady- I yelled 'I'm allergic' She then squeezed some on my hand and said 'Its natural' I pulled my hand away & wiped it off.
We found a crowd listening to some awesome drummers and a banjo player, we were invited to sit down then threw down some money, I was thanked in 5 different languages 'Shokran'- Is moroccan. We clapped along and tapped our feet.
This was a great end to the ...