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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 ...
... a Riad/house then the Angels leave. Whereas cats are considered blessed and so there are many of them, everywhere.
We had the most beautiful trip to Yves St Laurent and Pierre Bierge house and garden which was first designed by a man called Marjorelle. When Marjorelle had died then developers were going to redevelop the site but Yves and Pierre stepped in and brought it. They went to all ends of the world and brought back plants to put in the garden even ...
... 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 ...
... love it. Apparently they like big cities over small ones, so the bigger there better (and Casa is pretty much the biggest of them all!). Our train took us through the Moroccan countryside, very flat and dry but interesting to watch, and we arrived in Marrakech around 4.30pm. A taxi took us to the edge of the medina and then we were forced to drag (or carry in my case) our bags through the heaving crowd of tourists, hawkers, snake charmers, henna tattooists and juice vendors to ...