Riad Zahra Mogador
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... away dripping wet. It was bitterly cold again. We set off on a different road to the gorge, but soon had to turn around again when we hit snow at approx 1600m altitude. We set off for Marrakech, stopping for lunch at a supermarket. I got locked in the toilet, but managed to spring the lock with a credit card. We camped outside Marrakech.
We went into Marrakech, taking in the medina and Djemaa el Fna square. Three ...
Belinda: No, no, no (we'd seen them advertised for 30dh)
Man: How much you pay?
Man laughs and walks away.
We had several conversations similar to this with different products or services people were wanting to sell. It seemed they pulled figures out of the air depending on how they felt or how naive you looked. Turns out ...
... Luckily we had put them on the police report and everyone was very understanding. They didn't have any record of the tickets but after 2 separate people shutting up their shop while they tried to help us we managed to sort out what we needed to do. They decided we would wait until everyone was on the bus and if there were four seats left they were ours for the taking. We had talked about what we ...
... manger du poisson grille sur le charbon.
Voila que se termine notre passage sur la cote, on a profite de la journee pour prendre du soleil sur la plage, mais comme vous nous connaissez, ce ne sont pas les plages qui nous attirent le plus... donc direction les hautes Atlas dans les prochains jours pour faire un trek!
... can't be bribed and should be respected'.
So what to do in Casablanca but to check out the amazing Hussan II mosque (third largest in the world), and enjoy a meal at the famous 'Rick's Cafe' from the movie 'Casablanca'. It was lovely and of course expensive. We enjoyed beauitful food and sipped on cocktails. The cafe was stylish and the toilets were the best we had seen in a long time. For a moment I had to ask 'Where are we ...