Riad Dar Zahia
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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... nothing means time at the pool or hotel and that's far from bad.
So that you get a glimpse of the hotel we have called home for 3 days (I even kissed the staff goodbye at breakfast time) here are just some of the doors we've come to know.
Now it's pack for Morocco's capital city. See you in ...
... waited for us to capture the best angle, answering our questions about the spices with interest and humour. When he suggested we smell them, I explained that due to a cold, I was unable to do so. He then told me he had something for me. Here we go... I thought, my friends' words echoing in my ears. Talking us through the process as he went, he placed black cumin (nigella seed) into a muslin and then sprinkled a pinch of eucalyptus crystals on top. He then bound it up with a ...
Update on the storks was wondering why they are breeding here now instead of Europe. Global warming makes conditions right to stay all year. Migration pattern upset. Marakesch is amazing, a large city full of trees, surrounded by 20 000 date palms on an oasis. All the buildings are the same earthy color. Hotel 1st class but very hot (40 degrees) quite arvo poolside. Carriage ride this ...
... After much discussion at their end, they said "Stay there" and sent a car out to find us. We were less than three hundred yards from their hotel. We had driven past it at least four times. There were no signs and no indication at all that it existed - and we looked again in the morning: nothing!
11pm. Too late for food. Too late for anything except sleep, and we were exhausted.
Ah well. Tomorrow's another ...
... Crossing the vehicle streets to the market was scary! Ibrahim had told us that Marrakech had the craziest driving in the country, so we were on the alert; I clung to Kate, Mark held Alison, and Saeed had one hand out to hold off traffic and the other hand on Jack's shoulder as we made our way across to the market. Ahh, safe! But, some of the cars kept coming along with us, driving right into the open market amongst ...