Hotel Kasbah Zineb
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... explanations for the country's huge diabetes epidemic, we explored the labyrinthine streets of the medina and the souks, a blend of Moroccan and French styles that are saturated with stunting achitedtural features. The paint peeling from the walls and the bright window frames splintering and bowing only add to its rustic charm. Here, in the food market, olives, fruit and vegetables were piled high, while spices were laid out in bulging sacks, locals bartering for measurements ...
... back to Marrakech around 7, tired and ready for a glass of wine. The staff at the riad were just delightful and no sooner was the wish made but it was granted. I'd bought strawberries in the market so we had wine, strawberries, dates, apricots and nuts for dinner on the terrace with a couple of other guests and the staffYoussef and Samu (whose job it seemed was to make sure we were treated like princesses as the riad's name suggests).
... same) but we have both, on separate occasions been sexually
My advise, if you are looking to come
to Essaouira, Marrakech or Morocco in general is thus:
1) Take a man2) Take a man3) Covering up makes no difference, but
if you don't care about getting a tan, cover EVERYTHING (inc your
face!!), especially if you are pretty!4) Ignore everyone shouting to you. Do
not stop, do not give them the light of day (unless you actually want
... as the moon. Cool.
I wondered: Was I ever going to make it through this desert?
To be continued ...
Thanks to Mouhamed; Ahmed; Mouhamed, his mother, & his wife; Hamed, Mouhamed Cheikh, & Ali; Ishmael; Mustafa; Jamal; Ali; Mehdi Simou & Ishane; Amsa; Sa'ad; Amsa, again; Moncef Doudou; Mohammed; Abuhafs Libdy; and Zouyad for rides!
Much thanks to Mehdi Simou for his ...
... the beach, where we each got a full plate of fried fish, a salad, and bread for about $3.50. It was a delicious lunch and good conversation. Aziz invited us to a house party that he was having that evening, which would include live music and good company. We made plans to meet him at the entrance to the medina at 8PM and parted ways for the rest of the day.
Later that evening, back at the hostel, the same group of people that had gathered for ...