Riad Les Trois Mages
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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Whilst eating breakfast we met Aziz the Riad manager, he had arranged a guide to take us on a walking tour but we had already arranged a visit to Atfalouna. After Aziz made a phone call to Atfalouna to rearrange our visit for the afternoon we set off with our guide to discover the joys of Marrakech. Walking out of the Riads into the busy street our …
... when it was in the middle. Well now the middle is the end. We evidently lost 5 or 6 carriages when we stopped in Rabat minutes ago. Big city seemingly as big or bigger than Fes, again I'll check when... well you know when. The air conditioning has sprung into life and is doing quite a good job. Talking of quite good jobs Lee has just returned from the toilets with the news that the good old days aren't gone and that the drop through toilet is alive and in operation ...
... us into the local school with open arms where he teaches Arabic and French. We took along sweets for the children who were all so sweet and happy. As I watched them get stuck into their lesson I could see the enthusiasm and hear how keen they were to learn. Despite them not having as good education standards as England, they definitely make the best out of what they have. I was only too sad to leave on the Friday before the school had their party to celebrate, however with Khalid ...
... screeching and grunting variety where the instruments are all clanged together to resemble a steelworks factory being demolished. I'm happy to say that this, the children singing I mean, sounds nothing like that.
I've managed to arrange my hoody in just the right way to prevent my bum cramping and things have taken a decided turn towards enjoyable. A boy of about ten is smiling at me from the other side of the room, smiling encouragingly ...
... a chest full of barbies, a climbing frame and an expansive table burdened with thousands upon endless thousands of half-chewed and spat on pens and pencils and crayons and glue and glitter and card and paintbrushes and those fun, squiggly scissors you must stop now. Dal Chabab is a high-ceilinged, very abandoned building modelling everything on the colour spectrum between stale yellow and muck. By the trails of pulp on the floor, it appears the oranges from ...