Riad Dar Darma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... were very grand with mosaics, ornate ceilings and plaster work. We were then ushered through the souqs, the square and the crowds to a restaurant on a terrace with fabulous views, and excellent food for very little dirhams....Mohammed farewelled us, while offering his services again tomorrow, but at half today's rate! We are now feeling kind-of accustomed to the location, not too daunted by the sheer numbers of people and confident finding our way ...
I had the day to myself today as i sadly said goodbye to Sarah, it really was a fantastic trip that i have really enjoyed and i will be back, i cant get enough of the carpets!! So after having a bit of a sleep in i went off exploring. I decided it would be nice to get my feet done before Cairo so off i toddled, I did regret that decision almost immediately as I'm 100% sure that the lady doing it was trying to peal off my toe nails one by one with ...
... over chicken home for our feline friend outside the riad. I am able to speak "cat" fluently in Arabic. A young man in the souk told me how to call the cats in Arabic, it was different from how I was doing it. He was right. I can go into the walkway in front of the riad, and make my call, and the cats coming running! Ahmed dropped us at the Djemaa El-Fna square and the largest mosque in the city. It was the final prayer call for the day ...
... was a free-for-all. The worst part was people on motorized bikes. Not motorcycles, but bikes with motors attached. There would be a family of 3 of 4 people sitting on one seat as the bike weaved in and out of traffic. All of the women riding on these bikes were dressed completely covered and most had a scarf around their hair.
When the cab dropped us off we were outside of an arched doorway but it wasn't our hostel. Apparently we were on our own ...
... rather than an invigorating hike. Moreover, the guides you have to set a price with are obligatory, making the tourist-inundated trip disappointing. We found silver linings in our conversations with Rahman, as we questioned him regarding Muslim culture, religion, and Moroccan politics all up and down the valley from Marrakesh to Ouikira. We resigned to relax on our fourth day in the old city, spending a short time visiting a nearby Museum of Photography, and simply hanging out at ...