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TripAdvisor Reviews Riad Idra Marrakech
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... to Marrakech, stopping at Via Asni and Tahannout for some more photographs. We also stopped at an Argan oil women's cooperative and watched how they crush the nuts by hand.
That evening full from the large lunch we had we ended up just having a few beers in one of the hotels. the waiter was lovely and kept bringing out nuts and other snacks. In fact so much that we ended up not bothering with a meal at all.
... to be read at any other time, and honestly I'm happy enough with it that that kind of seems like a waste. I had to write less than 350 words about one of three topics and I settled on the topic of why I would like to be a dive instructor. I hope you enjoy it: I love diving, I love the feeling of calm serenity you get as you slowly glide past the treasures any dive site has in store for you. I love the quiet of being able to hear only your ...
... t sound inviting but it certainly makes you feel alive and I would definitely go back! Ladies, if you need your ego stroked. Then this is the place! Sal and I had a mix of compliments - good bad and plain gross. Shakira (still trying to work that on out), wows, beautiful, wolf whistling, and nice **** from a ridiculously old dude on a bike which made me vomit a little in my mouth. Only one scary moment where my ...
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... that I though was cool, was that we were only 14 km away from Spain. It is right across the Strait of Gilbetrar. The scenery on the way to Marrakech looks exactly like the scenery you would see in Saskatchewan when driving city to city except for the occasional donkey we would see along the way.
Our first stop was the to the Palm Groves that sprang up and provided an ideal place for the Saharan Nomad Almoravids to settle. There were thousand of palm trees in ...