Sangho Club Privilege Marrakech
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... my large bag between 2 seats so that it would be very hard to remove. Earlier that morning, I had gone looking for money to top up my wallet. I found that I had had a bunch taken from my bag. I was baffled as I didn't know when this had happened, 3 different currencies totalling around the equivalent of 300 euros was completely gone. I had spent the morning arguing with the hostel and threatening all that I could that they needed to look into what had happened and write me ...
... reviews and decided to go for it. On arrival we were shown a table in African room which had great ambience and the service was excellent. There was alcohol served here so my friend had gin and I had cocktail. Then we also ordered a bottle of wine which was very good. We had the selection of salad which was beautifully presented and was tasty. Our mains were tangines but they were different from the traditional as it was ...
... is a garden built as a royal retreat. From here it all went wrong! On the map it looked only a short distance to the gardens how wrong were we.. As we started walking, we asked a number of locals however they all seemed to sent us in different directions.. Wandering the streets of Marrakech sticking out like a sore thumb amongst the locals we came across some sites, the most memorable two men on a moped and between them a dead sheep. Not a site you often ...
... guessing it's from the desert.
We arrived in Marrakech in the early afternoon, 38C. Same hotel, different room. I thought about Wendy, Mark and Adam. I had met them a few hours earlier as they were ascending to base camp as we were making our way down. They would be summiting the next day.
Moha gave us instructions on the meeting point for the last dinner and a map of Marrakech with the route to the meeting point ...
... shop. It's is simply a crazy, stressful place. If you can put aside the constant haggling, the invitations to see ones shops, the incessant pleading for business, and the locals following you asking you for guides around the markets, then Marrakesh might be for you. If any of that sounds like it might be too much, then plan on a shirt stay - it's like that all day and night, as soon as you step out of your Riad oasis. One needs at least a good day wandering around the old city ...