Terre Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... less fortunate especially at christmas. Back at the Riad we relax for a while before heading out to cafe arabe for dinner, a short walk through the medina to the restaurant and up the stairs to the rooftop terrace. I had a couscous lamb dish - very tasty and a nice glass of Moroccan Sauvignon to wash it down. After dinner we walked down to Jemaa el fna to see the squares nighttime madness - the smells, the drumming the madness of it all! ...
... displayed in great conical shapes, several feet high and create a beautiful entry to the spice stores. There are many hundreds of spices to choose from, and it makes you wonder how often they sell some of the more unusual ones.
Lunch is at the private home of one of the more famous chefs in Marrakesh, who is a favorite on local TV cooking shows. We aren’t certain, but believe his name is Dora. Again, the setting is incredible, seated beneath ...
... the place, taking up every available space.
We walked quite a bit of the way back into town, past orange groves and an ever increasing traffic, more fumes to clog the throat, and a sighting of two boys hitching a precarious ride, clinging onto the back of a very fast moving lorry.
Spotted then by our original van driver we got a lift with him the rest of the way into town.
We had an evening of internet and feasting. Karim, who had been left in charge, took ...
We arrived in Marrakech later in the day after a three hour public bus ride. Dinner that night was in the public market. The market is a crazy place with lots of noise, smells and food. We found a stall and had a feast of Moroccan tapas. Across the row was another stall selling goats head soup.... It smelled good, but I couldn't bring myself to try it. The next morning was a hands on Moroccan cooking course, We were met at the hotel by a young woman (her name ...
... is doubtful, confusion probable, admiration...I think not.
“La la la, la Mimmouna, la la laaa, la Mimmouna…” Despite my Arabic flourishing quite exquisitely, I've begun casting around for a replacement and, zoning in on someone particularly vulnerable-looking and easy to subdue, I grab their hands and whizz them into the centre, taking their seat with a great, hoomph! Looking up, I notice that everyone is clapping!
Not at ...