Riad Mur Akush
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... class? Well this is what we had arranged the day we leave at the Amal Cooking School. This not-for-profit organisation takes women off the street and gives them valuable life and career skills. We learn to whip up a Tagine and are given the recipes. During our week in Morocco we had grown quite obsessed over Moroccan mayonnaise and are delighted to obtain a recipe for this too.
And this concludes my first visit to the African ...
After two nights in Zagora, we started our way back northwest and ended up again in the seeming middle of nowhere. Our accomodations, the Kasbah Air Ben Damietta, was a wonderful place, run by a French woman; so the cuisine de haute was French - steak!
We also stopped at the Atlas Movie Studio outside of, here comes that name again, Ouarzazate. Lawrence of Arabia, Cleopatra, and Patton, among other, were filmed, at least in part, here.
... no other lights at all). Ironic here in this a narrow maze of madness there was traffic etiquette? Eventually after wandering aimlessly through the warren of colourful souks we were back in Main Square. More mopeds and bicycles whizzed under our noses, beggars with baby’s strapped to their backs and with hands outstretched, followed us everywhere. Vendors hassled to sell us a meal and the street performers danced, juggled, sang and beat drums. And by the time we ...
... grounds and ruins were huge, and well worth clambering over we spent considerable amount of time there. It was then lunch which today we wanted to try the Pastilla (pronounced bastila) this is a traditional snack like meal, or starter inherited from Andalus, used to be made with pigeons, nowadays shredded chicken instead, shaped like a meatpie, it combined sweet and salty flavours wrapped in a phyllo like pastry which is crisp. The top layer is then made ...
... the souks and introduced them (Denise's cousins, John and Barbara from England and a week later, Jan and Trudy, friends from Holland.) to some of the best shops in the medina. Lampe d'Aladin, Porte d’Ore, Al Yed Gallerie, Mustapha Blaoui’s Tresor des Nomades, Beldi and Bel Hadj, (And one little shop that looks like it has nothing you’d ever want, but everyone in the know, knows to go to him and tell him ...