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... and came with us all into the Marrakech markets. This was an eye opening experience with snake charmers, monkeys and a maze of markets stalls. Our last night on tour was spent with most of our group chilling by the pool having a chat. It's been a great 17 days and the people you share it with really make the experience. After 30 poos for the day I was pretty happy to be back in London. It has been a great two months and I guess it's time for some more ...
... are just bullies. Shook us up a bit & the policeman got very angry with me so we tootled off before I got locked up on my birthday.
on to a lighter note.........
We left the UK on the 18th August after spending a lovely night with Henry & Kate Fookes in Alderholt (it is NOT in Hampshire!!!!), We also had the pleasure of meeting their sons Will and Brian plus Brian's partner , Laura. Thank you all for your amazing hospitality and , of course we ...
... the evening the jama de Fena square transforms into this crazy, loud bustling market. The smell of the street food and spices are soooo tempting, there's fresh dates, and so many other fruits! We got 1/2kg of dates for just 30dirhum! (May be making date scones upon my return to the uk!) so many amazing things on offer. Beautiful scarves, the big fruit bowls, shoes, bags, and earrings.....sooooo many earrings!! I wish I could buy it ...
... behind the winding road up to the mountains is breathtaking both for its beauty and complex navigation. Abdul drives very carefully, like someone who has saved long and hard to buy his car and tells us that when he worked for Virgin he made the 150km trip 4 times a day.
Imil is the gateway to the mountains where we meet Ebrahim our guide for the day. Our 5 hour trek offers beautiful vistas of the mountains and valleys. Ebrahim brings us to his home, the highest ...
... br> So alive and intact, we walked over to a residence in the Medina and took a look inside. The lower part of the house consisted of a tailor's shop and the upper portion, complete with indoor balcony, was the residence. I am certain this place had seen better days.
We then moved on to the area's main market, which is apparently famous for the spice souke and let me tell you the notoriety was justified. As soon as we approached I could smell the heavenly aroma of ...