Riad Dar Fatna
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... pretty cool. ANYWAY we went back to the ship for dinner. We considered going back out after but instead stayed in. What Mia?! You’re in Africa for the first and possibly last time and you stayed on the ship?! Being in Casablanca was exhausting. It’s not that I was scared or I didn’t like it or anything, it was just consistently uncomfortable. I told people before I came on my voyage that this was the country I was most excited for… because I thought it would ...
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 ...
... got there when we did, because the tour busses started to roll in just as our meals were offered. We ate pretty quickly since the sun and heat were taking its toll. We were ready to get back to the hotel and rest up.
We did have the driver drop us off at the Meknes Medina for a stroll around the shops. Definitely not as crazy as Fez or Marrakesh. We were able to see what the shops were selling. I was particularly impressed with there spice ...
... Over breakfast. Max gave me the lowdown on which tannery offers the best views of the process and Natalie's info concurred so off we went.
We gathered a guide on our way even after we explicitly and with no room for translation errors that we were not paying him to walk with us. He would look a little forlorn and disappear, only to pop up around a corner 200 feet ahead making sure we made it to "his families" leather shop. It is easy to get frustrated with the ...