El Bahja Apart Hotel
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... pretty strange and me and Stace felt a little uncomfortable so we bailed and went to bed. A few of our group stayed up and danced with them and had some funny stories the next day. The climate had changed after crossing the mountains so it was lovely weather and a change in the landscape as rolling hills with grass turned into cedar wood forests. It was in one of these forests that we stopped to look at the Monkeys playing around. I would never ...
... Michael , the Riad owner to go to the Donkey sanctuary as we said we were affected by the state of animals here.
The Marrakech Mules as it is known by is run by a fabulous Englishwoman and her husband Charles who have taken in badly neglected or even worse state Donkeys and Mules.
Her oldest donkey is called Tommy and he is 35 and he writes a blog about what it is like to be a donkey in Marrakech. Anyway Sue & Charles are using all their English pensions ...
... un-official looking office, but, hey. This is Africa. So tickets purchased and we were all set for a bus to Essaouira the next day. So we have basically been using Marrakech as a base. We headed out to Essarounia from here, and also we'd come back for an evening before the desert trip, and once again for just one night before we pop up to fes. Where we're staying is a lovely little Riad, right in the heart of the Medina. There's ...
... village of Mazik where we have mint tea. Like us he is recently married, he has three sisters who all live with their husbands' families while he and his wife will live with his parents.
Marrakech is bursting with activity during our stay; the medina and main square are thronged with Moroccan holidaymakers enjoying snake charmers, musicians, henna tattoos, an abundance of orange juice, bubble guns and every sort of sideshow entertainment imaginable. Some ...
... midnight we spent our first night relaxing before awaking on Tuesday to go out and explore. As we opened the door from our lovely air conditioned room the swell of heat I can only compare to that moment of opening the oven door at 200 degrees; it was hot, very hot. We quickly decided to cool off by jumping into the rooftop pool whilst enjoying champagne to toast the beginnings of our months travel (perhaps not the most normal backpacking behaviour). That afternoon ...