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... in the Medina, where we had our meal on the roof on about the 3rd or 4th level. It was a ...
... their life as the story of Fatima and Mohamed. Beautiful mountain scenery and all towns have rows of high rise buildings. Many buildings started but never completed. Lunch beside the swimming pool of a luxury hotel. Around 5pm wr arrive in Marakesh and have drinks beside the pool before heading off at 6 on the bus. We go to the market square and see snake charmers, water sellers, monkey trainers, food stalls and ...
... Gill) Moroccan House Hotel, Marrakech for traditional kitsch and moderate comfort. (Ian) Worst accommodation: El Rachida all night cafe for displaced persons, least said soonest mended. (Gill) Hotel Marmar bathroom floor...although the bed was the best ever, if only it had been possible to sleep in it! (Ian) Favourite attraction: Voubilis (two votes) Disappointing attractions: Rose Festival, a bit of a let down having read the hype but well done to ...
... The dresses had really caught my eye, but I didn't feel ready to enter into a shop and start the haggling process.
We walked around the souks for what seemed like hours, and it was during the 'siesta' time, some stalls had shut for a couple of hours, and some locals would keep trying to show us back to the square, (you English, square that way, this way closed), of course we continued walking. We walked ...
... Moroccans don't appear to have been exposed to the Asian world much, because without fail, Sophia is greeted with "Konichiwa!" or "Hello! Japan?".
One of the best ways to get away from it all is of course to eat or drink. We've been to quite a few different restaurants and cafes and had delicious tajines with all kinds of interesting spices, cous cous dishes, sausages, Moroccan sandwiches and typical local pastries. To go with that, there is always some slightly ...