- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and coffee. Back to the hotel around 3ish. I haven't seen much of Marrakech yet but so far it seems quite nice. The roads are wide and clean and the driving is quite orderly. Thought it would be more like in Asia but it's not so much. The mountains in the background look beautiful. Glad I'm here at this time of year though. Would be boiling hot in summer. We had our tour meet and greet at 6pm. Our tour guide is Mohommed ...
... if it was ok to but I think it is. The hotel Le grand Imilchil is quite nice. Nothing luxurious but quite ok. The common area and eating areas are lovely. I've got a big twin bed room with a balcony. It's great not being in a dorm. I'm getting too old for that (but you do save a lot of money). The beds are very hard and the pillows are very flat but lucky I've got 2 pillows to use. Just ...
We have mixed feelings about the city, we have been told and read so many negative things that we cannot help but be apprehensive.
On the one hand it is hectic, dirty and all about money. You cannot trust anyone, everyone is out to take money out of your pocket!! You cannot walk down the street without being offered a taxi, buggy ride, sightseeing trip and you have the constant feeling that you are going to be ripped ...
... 2 hours).
We arrived at the Berber Cultural Centre in a very small village outside the main town of Imintanoute and were met by Kalid (one of the workers here) and also Mohamed (the owner of the guest house), and his wife, and their two children. A group of English tourists were already there learning how to make Moroccan tea, make the local bread and cooking tagines. We joined in and also got to know the other ...
... a university/careers advice sessions, with most rooms in the school set up by a different organisation and the students would go around to them, get information booklets and ask questions to the representatives. Since all the conversing was in French or Arabic, I spent most of that afternoon admiring the walls in various classrooms.