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... shops lining the streets they give you a super inflated price to start and then you usually get it down to around half that. We went into a little shop the first day and spent about an hour or so just talking to one of the shop owners and hearing his life story while drinking Moroccan tea and looking at the jewelry he made. Most of the people are actually quite genuine and friendly. The main square, the Jamaa el-Fnaa, is a bit different though. ...
... asleep on the couch. Luckily he woke and prepared us the most simple, beautiful little breakfast. Fresh-squeezed orange juice, corn cake, bread with jam & butter, diced honeydew melon and a bowl of fresh milk in which I poured some quick oats into. The guide arrived. He greeted us with a big smile, calmly waiting for us to finish breakfast (wed normally have eaten earlier, but Yessim was fast asleep). Then we were on our way. I sent a few I love yous to Scott with the hotel wifi ...
... work, particularly in the main courtyard and prayer hall. The contrast between the heat and commotion outside and the cool interior of the medersa was significant.
After an afternoon siesta we ventured out again, this time to see the Koutoubia Mosque up close. Its towering minaret is a familiar landmark in Marrakech , from which the call to prayer is made 5 times a day. We were somewhat surprised to never ...
... the building were just that much more amazing and you got to lay on a towel and not plastic matting. But sill a good experience. There was confusing about what I ordered and what I was getting and so I had to leave in the middle of a facial (that I didn’t order). Much confusion as English was nearly non-existent but the bright side was I didn’t have to chat with them during the treatment. Does that make me a *****? Lol.
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... which we used when navigating our way home in Merrakesh. Problem. The battery died. Surely we had charged it but we found ourselves lost, outside the medina walls. That was precisely what got us back home. We followed the wall to the entrance we recognized but only after passing through a stinky poo slapped gate.
Morocco is a third world country so one can not expect high standards of living. Understood. The prices are ...