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- Swimming pool
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... We had a spot of lunch in Djemaa El-Fna and then walked down to the Bahia Palace, getting seriously lost this time - still, all part of the rich tapestry of Marrakech ( plus nowhere is very far from anywhere else inside the Medina walls ). The Palace was empty of ornaments and furniture but full of a German tour group, even so we were able to admire the ornate ceilings and make use of the conveniences !
On leaving the Palace ...
... sites are mosques that are not open to non-Muslims. In Marrakech (where I am trying to decide how to fill 2 days), over half the sites in my guidebook are either not open to the public or are not open to non-Muslims. Of the remaining, several are local parks and 1 is a former palace that was once the most beautiful in the world but has been completely stripped bare. ...
... or killed. Second his profligate ways put the country in so much debt that he had to ask the French for assistance, leading to the Protectorate that lasted until Moroccan independence in 1961. We asked what happened to the wives and children when the Sultan died and we were told they "just disappeared" This is the end of the official G Adventure trip. I am on my own for the next two days and have no plans. One young woman from the trip is also staying so we'll do something ...
... nothing other than the next bus would be there soon.
Next day was more of the same travel conditions with the added opportunity to sit through a rug sales pitch that no one wanted to be I and didn't purchase any really of what were nice rugs. I lied when asked to purchased that I travel and don't have a floor to lay them on.
We stopped to buy turbans for the desert trek. And the Austrians balked at the need. Just another scam to get tourist dollars. The Italians ...
... about why Tangiers was decked in flags, the popularity of the King and the excitement at his eminent arrival. We were acknowledged, looked in the eye and approached with curiosity and offers of help. Of course some of these friendly approaches ended in requests for Dirhum, but in a country where the majority have less rather than more its not surprising, definitely not threatening.
Tangiers beach was a splash of colour, families picnicing ...