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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... 90 percent of the population). He seems very nice. There's only 7 of us on this tour. The last couple are from the UK. Haven't chatted with them yet. Hopefully there'll be plenty of room on the bus and we can have a seat each. Then we had a traditional dinner at the hotel. Harissa soup with bread, chicken and vegetable tagine and fresh fruit. All very nice. Then off to the bedroom to repack the suitcase. Heading off at 8.30am ...
Wow, what a marathon trek! Up early to beat the peak hour rush on the tube. Had to trundle my suitcase from the YHA to the tube station (not that far to be honest), then get it down a few flights of stairs. Luckily there was a kind gentleman who helped me with it. It's good being a female :) (and of the slightly older persuasion!). Tube to Liverpool Street Station where I then got the train ...
... so much. The best part of the day is the evening when the square turns into a vast eating place. Every night 100 small eateries set up from scratch in the middle of the square and all vie for customers, its loud and exciting and for the most part very good natured, the waiters enticing you in and your new best friend till you sit down then they are off to get the next customers.
Stephen got a really good price on ...
... some insight into Morocco, specifically Marrakesh. She gave us a lot of tips, including places to visit or avoid, how to handle pushy Moroccans, and even put us in touch with people if we wanted to stay in Morocco for the feast, including her roommate in Meknes, a ...
... pourri are placed on the tiled floor nearby. We move around to draw from different positions. Luke gets us to do very fast sketching, the same scene first draw 5 minutes, 2nd draw 3 minutes and third draw 1 minute. Then we do a continuous line draw; I like this, working on detail, the longer I look at a scene, the more I see the fine lines, the cracks in the wood, the hidden patterns in the ironwork. Next we do a blind draw; looking only at the subject, never at the page; I ...