- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... beds and tables inside, it was also about 100 degrees. Outside was pretty good as a strong breeze was cooling things down. After another Tagine for dinner we tried our best to sleep but due to the heat we didn't get a lot. Watching the sunrise from the desert was amazing and we followed up with some frisbee which started a wonderful day. We hopped on camels and trekked for about two hours out of the desert to a small town and a big oasis of palm ...
... Polo, the most beautiful chocolate lab puppy.
So then we journeyed up to Gatwick airport where we stayed the night at a hotel (the Hampton at the Hilton was excellent there).
On the plane to Marrakech in the morning and that was an interesting flight. Mandy was sat next to a lovely young man called Tom Bassett, who was going out there to start the filming of Mission Impossible 5 with the very 'strange' (his words not ours), Tom Cruise . He is the ...
... 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 ...
... mamounia is a haven for people watching, while sunbathing we listened keenly to a loud American guest who gave a dressing down to a staff member for picking up the wrong prescription at the pharmacy "how will i get through tomorrow without my xannex". I'm sure she was equally bemused when i proclaimed that i would rather eat my own liver than pay €10 for a bottle of water.. were it not low season our sort of rif raf may not have been accepted. Well worth the visit as a ...
... anyone respond to the call, despite having been told that people will stop what they're doing to pray. Morocco is a very moderate Islamic country, but women dress very conservatively, and so Caitlin and I tried our best to be modest in our clothing choices, wearing long skirts and covering our arms, but sometimes the heat got the better of us, and we shucked off our long sleeves in a desperate attempt to cool down.