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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... chicken or cheese sandwich and overcharges us. Snatching the money out of my hand.
We still have 200 km to go and it is 4:00 pm when we depart. The soil turns to a deep red hue and any water in creeks are the same. We see lots of mud brick houses, buildings & fences. Interestingly the roof of thee houses is also mud brick and often sagging. Wonder how it goes if it rains. The buildings are in various degrees of dilapidation. Now we are travelling beside the ...
Marrakesh is a fascinating city. It is often referred to as the “Red City”, because so many of the walls and older buildings in the city were made using a red colored clay. The Medinah is incredibly busy, full of merchants hawking their wares, donkeys, horse drawn carts and (unlike Fez) the ubiquitous motorcycles, which seem to pass within inches of you, at speeds far greater than make sense in this small, confined environment. Like a lot of ...
... drinking tea, went to the weekly souk markets one morning and bought ingredients for our breakfast then had it cooked for us while we sat on the floor in a tent with all the locals in the middle of the market (such a great experience), we relaxed a lot in the sitting area of the guest house which has lovely carpets all over the floor and gold and red decorated cushions, Caroline helped with polishing all the silver ware ...
... had a bit of a cough from being sick I decided that I would walk the majority of it, and Soukaina and Yousra walked with me since they couldn't be bothered running it either. That obviously didn't last the whole day so we spent the rest of the afternoon at school for the "forum" as Zineb called it. From what I could gather it was ...
... little cafe where we had a brilliant sandwich for about £1.80 which made up for losing £8 on an underexposed photo of us holding minuscule snakes round our necks. Next stop was our riad where we chilled out in the sun for a couple of hours, wrote some postcards and played with the hostel pets: 5 tortoises and a chameleon, the latter of which crawled up my nose up to my face and hair. I chilled out for a bit with it someone up there then we headed for Casablanca and we put ...