Riad Mur Akush
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Travel Blogs from Marrakech
Flight was bog-standard Ryanair. I bagged a window seat and thought I'd settle down for a nice sit down and chill chill with a bit of music. When two northern whales, tatted up to max and smelling like something died plops themselves next to me.....I swear the amount of rings and bangles between them would fetch a house where we were headed. Ugh. Typical brit on ...
... could not do enough to make sure we were happy and comfortable. We prepared our game plan for our 2.5 days we had in Marrakech to make sure we made the most of it. The plan for this day was to explore the city without getting lost. We went in search for a perfumery we had been told about without an actual address. It was always going to be ambitious but it did give us an opportunity to explore the city. The getting lost part, well that just seems you ...
... We then looked around the Souks (markets). These are pretty famous and historically had very good quality handmade crafts, leather goods, jewellery, carpets etc. Unfortunately most of it now is from China. Our guide in Fes had pointed out the difference in goods to us (besides the obvious designer knock offs which are easy to spot). On some small back streets we managed to find some of the genuine ones left where you can ...
... it can last well over an hour. In the case of my three best purchases, they all lasted over an hour, and I enjoyed every last second of it. We always get the initial business of establishing that I'm not just the typical tourist who is without a clue of how much something should cost right out of the way pretty quickly when he high balls me the price, and I low ball him, both in extreme amounts. But towards the end, the deal usually stalls around the last ...
... to close your eyes, open your ears and let your imagination paint the images of the story. The story and its characters take shape and come alive within your heart.
We found many Moroccans wearing the traditional clothes throughout the Medina: women and men in their djellabas (a long sleeve kaftan with a hood) and leather slippers, known as baboush or belgha. Most of the women wore head scarves and some men were wearing the famous Moroccan red ...
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