Palais d'Hotes & Spa Andalous
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... as train stations and town squares. Knowing all this did not make me feel less safe, just like I continued to take the London Underground even after the attacks in 2005 and if I go to New York I still visit Times Square and Ground Zero. I felt more safe knowing that the government's reaction was to step up their security and surveillance and that a big part of that security was in areas that we would be visiting as foreigners.
We continued out of town and past a ...
... we were right but they kept yelling out and telling us we were going in the wrong direction in the end we just ignored them and kept walking. In Marrakech they are allowed to ride motor bikes within the madina so on more than one occasion i thought we were going to get flattened. We found our door under a bridge and made our way into our own little oasis for the next two days. Not feeling like we had the energy to head out in search of food we decided to eat at the ...
... probably already lunch time but first we make our way over to the nearby bus station to look at what time buses go to Meknes (for the next day when we go to Vouliblis) and also to our next destination: Chefchouen. On the way there we witness two people having an obviously heated discussion about something either that or were competing to see who could shout the loudest. Have to say Moroccans come across as very angry at times but at the same time more in a verbal than physical ...
... truly unique. We entered the home of a local family, part of it having been converted to a restaurant. The roof and walls were, and I know this is cliché, a riot of colours and patterns. Everything was panelled in carved wood and painted in bright reds, blues and yellows. An ornate chandelier hung from the ceiling, but if this give the impression of a ballroom sized dining room then squash it. We were sitting cross legged on cushions in a room just large enough to ...
... djellaba and turbans, which I attached a picture of below, which was such a cool experience. After that though we wore scarves over our heads so we could blend in a bit more here, which seemed to work quite well. To complete our long tour we ate at a traditional Moroccan restaurant, which was absolutely delicious! Overall today was such an amazing experience. Tomorrow we are off to the blue city of Chefchaouen!