Riad Noir d'Ivoire
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... stretched for miles and every inch was taken up with a different game. We headed to the waters edge and even though our frisbee was on its last legs we had a great few hours mucking around with our group. Dinner that night was a disaster with mine and a few other meals coming out half cooked. This led to a bit of conflict with the staff as they still wanted to charge us. To make things worse most of us ended up sick that night and lasting a couple ...
... Michael , the Riad owner to go to the Donkey sanctuary as we said we were affected by the state of animals here.
The Marrakech Mules as it is known by is run by a fabulous Englishwoman and her husband Charles who have taken in badly neglected or even worse state Donkeys and Mules.
Her oldest donkey is called Tommy and he is 35 and he writes a blog about what it is like to be a donkey in Marrakech. Anyway Sue & Charles are using all their English pensions ...
... behind the winding road up to the mountains is breathtaking both for its beauty and complex navigation. Abdul drives very carefully, like someone who has saved long and hard to buy his car and tells us that when he worked for Virgin he made the 150km trip 4 times a day.
Imil is the gateway to the mountains where we meet Ebrahim our guide for the day. Our 5 hour trek offers beautiful vistas of the mountains and valleys. Ebrahim brings us to his home, the highest ...
... into the chaos of Marrakesh, where we were descended upon by taxi driving racketeers, who demanded 10 euros for what we knew was only a 20 dirham ride.
We had to walk quite some way to find a genuine taxi driver who would accept us for the proper price.
And so we arrived back to the Bab Ailen (Aileens Gateway) and our lovely riad.
Soon enough we were venturing out again into the medina, along narrow pink and orange ...
... s a blend of typical Moroccan mud houses with pleasant weather and snow in the background… beautiful.
We follow the main road on the south side of the river a ways, but then spot at classic little village on yonder side so we look for a good spot to ford the stream… here I teach Jamal some of the little secrets I’ve learned on the road—like using the tops of my socks to dry off my feet before putting my shoes on ...