Riad Gazelles Calipau
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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In February, we headed to North Africa and the exciting city of Marrakech.
The cultural influences that define Marrakech are so rich and varied that we really felt like strangers in a strange land.
The old city of Marrakech known as the Medina is literally a maze of narrow winding streets (think Indiana Jones). We needed someone to show us around ...
... the floor tears and all tantrum about having to share the results of the cooking. When were not doing the school work the kids are really very lovely and have incredible imaginations that the other day had us spending an hour adventuring in the garden making potions, escaping eagles and retrieving hidden keys - all of this inspired by a couple of not ripe olives. While I love being with the kids when they're in happy mode the hair pulling frustration I've felt when trying to get them ...
... yogurts and boys played and screamed up and down the playground. Gill and Saba found oranges growing in a tree in the courtyard and before you knew it all of the kids were queuing impatiently for one. They were delicious and calmed them all down briefly before getting excitable again for ‘head, shoulders, knees and toes’.
Dinner and more Mint Tea and the Broiché Café tonight before packing our rucksacks for the waterfalls trip ...
... around the exact dates we had already booked for and started getting excited!
Arriving in Marrakesh airport was quite funny as it was packed with so many people carry golf clubs, not our first thought to do in Morocco but certainly seemed popular. Our tour was of around 25 people, one van full of American's and our van full of people from all over – Irish, American, Ukrainian, Filipino and of course us Kiwi’s. Our ...
... overhead a mosaic floor with brightly painted carved wood walls. Like many places worth taking a picture of, a picture really just doesn't do this justice. But I guess that's why it is worth visiting the actual place and not just relying on a picture or video to tell the story, because I can not begin to sufficiently put words together to describe all of the amazing places I have seen, but I hope that the pictures provide a glimpse that ...