Riad Dar Fatna
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... stopped when she saw us and began to talk in frantic Arabic. We shrugged our shoulders. She continued to chatter, smiling at me. I looked helplessly at our night porter who was standing back. He simply shook his head and said, "Don't speak to her." So, trying to ignore her, I just avoded eye contact. She was not deterred and continued to poke my chest and then hers, so I assumed she wanted my name and told her. Then, she grabbed my head and kissed me on both cheeks. ...
... abundance every day and something we generally take for granted in New Zealand.
The next day we decided to take a 4 hour tour with Nordene to his village which is some 900 years old and then some local caves. They have documentation detailing who lived where and when. We think this is unusual for Morocco, documented history is not something that we have heard of before. We found out that he speaks 6 languages, 3 of which ...
... homes turn into one story clay structures constructed in small communities in seemingly nowhere. We saw a group of school children walking along the road we were on not in sight of any town and our guide told us they walk miles and miles each day to get to and from school.
Our first stop in the city was the central Kouboutia Mosque that has been built three times now. The first burnt down and the second wasn’t properly oriented towards Mecca (off by a few degrees) so ...
Jemaa El Fna is the main square in Marrakech. An African version of a Western Mall. Retails Stores, A food Court, Game Room, Social Gathering point and Petting Zoo. Not your kids Petting Zoo. This one has Snakes, cobras at that. The tourists want Snake Charmers and Marrakesh delivers.
I personally do not like snakes, Amphibians, Reptiles and pretty much anything that doesn't have a working nose. To me they are the peas, raisins and stewed tomatoes of the animal Kingdom. ...
... palm grove and Jewish quarter. You continue to Todra Gorges (Todgha), free time to go on trek along the canyons of about 300m high, a favorite place for rock climbers. Afterwards you will leave to Erg Chebbi dunes in Merzouga Sahara desert and you will have time for lunch on the way before you arrive to Erfoud. Then we'll head for the Erg Chebbi sand dunes. We continue deeper into the desert landscape, until the dunes appear in the middle of nowhere.The night will be ...