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Djemaa el-Fna is a UNESCO world heritage site situated at the centre of Marrakech's medina quarter. It is a square lined with numerous fresh orange juice stalls (4 dirhams a glass), vendors selling dried fruits and Moroccan pastries seducing as many buyers as bees, BBQ stands, seafood stalls, snake charmers, monkey handlers, henna artists, drummers, and all sorts of street entertainment. I stood bedazzled in the middle of this commotion not sure where to ...
... walls closed behind us and ahead lay an empty expanse of desert scrub, and a golf course. Apparently the King's father was a keen golfer.
We were packed tightly into the mini bus and it felt welcoming and familiar. Olly was folded in two next to me, squeezed up against the window, the bright morning was shaded by a homemade curtain suspended from a line of string. Plastic flowers adorned the drivers cab and bright patterned headscarves distracted ...
... tagines. Mickey D’s ain’t got nothing on these places. All you need is a willingness to try and oh the flavors that await you. The Moroccans do love their spices. Lots of Cumin, saffron and curry. But, not the strong curry you find in Indian food. This one is much milder and flavorful. One thing that I notice is there aren’t any street ...
... they follow you around pretending to be tourists guides, they beg you for money, they won't leave you alone … David chats to everybody and I totally loose it!! Luckily we only planned to spend one night in Tanger and the next day we quickly worked out how to get to the next destination, Tetuan.
Tetuan wasn’t a particularly touristy town, perhaps because there wasn’t much to see and do but we enjoyed our stay. Our Riad, Riad Blanco was a delight. ...
... over the medersa are incredible windows on the history of these places, but the cedar carved cupolas over the square balconies are also testament to master craftsmen at work. Doors were thick, heavy oak and two rooms were set up with basic student tools, showing those from the middle and working class backgrounds.
The Ali ben Youssef Mosque is out of bounds to non-Muslims, so I headed directly to the Musee de Marrakech. A staggeringly beautiful ...