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... was quite roomy and comfortable, and about half-way through the 3-hour trip the scenery began to get interesting.
We were met at the train station by the transport company hired by our riad (Riad Samsara). The ride through the streets of Marrakech was predictably hair-raising: pedestrians, cars, scooters, bikes and donkey carts all competing for room, with no one apparently paying any mind to anyone else. The riad was absolutely gorgeous: classic ...
... just going through the motions for the tourists. Food was OK but very expensive. Service was poor, then have an interesting serving technique - climb over the patrons. Caught taxis back to hotel but there was almost an altercation as the fisst taxi was too expensive and the others that stopped were 40 dirhams so we took them and the first driver was unhappy missing out on ...
In 2011, my family decided to have an alternative Christmas- and that it was.
I guess to go away for Christmas is a good thing for us, as we have my birthday, new year, and my step dad's birthday all in the one week.
Marrakech was indescribable. Alcohol free bars and restaurants around the Mosques, Unbelievable tagines of food; full of flavour, flocks of Muslims being called to prayer, and the horse and carriages waiting to ...
... the smoothie stall and it was closed :( there was another smoothie place down the road but they did not have the avocado kind. (yes avocada, I thought it was strange at first, but it was soooo good) So I just had a strawberry one and went back to the hostel. Some people were watching the movie Four Feathers with Heath Ledger. It was neat to watch because it was filmed in the Sahara, and I was due to be there in a couple nights.
Off to bed after the movie :)
... a new development on the edge of the city. I believe they tried to develop an oasis and now sell lots among the palms. The estates that have sprung up are walled and I would imagine they are all very luxurious inside each compound, but the Palmery itself is pretty pathetic. I have read that Paul McCartney and Naomi Campbell both have places here. The palms they planted are in a high desert area of dubious soil quality and have to be watered manually. As a result, the ...