Riad Le Grand Large
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We had tour around the medina in the morning. This went ok until the silver shop were there no seats so we ended up sitting on the ground in the sun waiting for some of the girls to go through the silver. It was another tour that turned into a shopping trip and myself and a couple of others were over it.For lunch we went to e local fish market where Tahar bought a bunch of fish which he had cooked ...
... the medina through Bab Marrakech gate near a bastion. The whitewashed houses with blue doors reminded us of its Portuguese past. The narrow streets were lined with tourist shops selling colorful purses, scarfs, earthen ware, highly polished wooden boxes and chess sets and carpets. It will be fun getting lost here. Medinas are a difficult to navigate maze and we were grateful that Pascall ...
... leaving australia in May. Crazy! And so excited for Xmas!
Medhi and I stayed just north of Agadir in a little surfie town. We had a gorgeous apartment right on the water and for the second night we were there, Medhi taught me to cook a chicken with lemon tagine. It was delicious, and so nice to have a home cooked meal!
From Agadir we went north to Essaouira. Again it was on the coast and I had a great view again of the ocean. I had such a ...
... up with a bite on one of his hands. It didn't cut the skin but quickly I got him to the bathroom to wash his hand with plenty of soap, just in case. The concern in such an exotic land is naturally rabies, but the serving man reassured us that all cats in Essaouira are vaccinated against this. After which I even accepted one of the cats settling down on my lap.
Ceri was close to tears as she talked to me of her situation with Atmo. Ceri so needed help that I gave ...
... the moment we got out of the taxi, we headed straight into the medina.
I loved the feel of this place from the moment we entered! It was busy, lively, bustly. The main street takes you towards the port area. Fruit stalls and clothes shops lined the main street and all adjoining ones and the place just teemed with life. On the port side of the medina, there were lots of boats and people selling ...