Ryad Mogador Kasbah
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Hello again, The internet is bad here even when "they" say it is good. Not really strong enough to get many photos with my entries and I have some great photos. I have tried several times to send photos and it just doesn't work, unfortunately. I will be heading to Fez in a couple of days and will try catching up with photos from there. Too bad because I was so excited to show you my camel!
The adventure continues! I have been out of touch because I was in the Sahara doing a 3 day camel extravaganza. It was a long drive in a van with a bunch of crazy Brazilian college students, me and my two oriental traveling companions I met at the hostel. They were the ones who suggested I go with them on this trip. We all arrived back in Marrakech at 8:30pm last night after a 12 hour drive across the Atlas Mountains with ice and snow on the high altitude ...
The close proximity of Morocco to Spain means that there is some Spanish influence present. The majority of the population is Arab-Berber and is mostly Islamic. The International Salsa Festival best represents the transculturation that is always happening between Spain and Morocco. We do not need to acquire certain ...
... luckily in full arabic attire with robe an turban, incredible how well the turban keeps you cool, pouring water on the head is live heaven. One girl got full heatstroke an was in a bad bad way an had to get picked up.. An the pain on the testicles, very tender by the end, not to mention the bruised tailbone but such fun entertaining times! An drinking 6-8 litres of water a day an only 1 or 2 small ****'s is an ...
... work pretty hard in most cases to stand out from the rest of the crowd to get our attention, which we gladly put to the test!
Something I really enjoyed about talking to people in Marrakech was the fluency most locals had with so many different languages. I usually initiated in their native french, switched to Spanish when my 4 phrases ran their course, and often resorted to english when finalizing my deals with them. But as tricky and stubborn ...