Riad Ambre Et Epices
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Outdoor pool
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... after the serenity of Essaouira. We hopped into three petit taxis, regulation beige cabs that roam the new city, weaving in and out of the traffic, swerving and swiping in and out of traffic, switching lanes seemingly on a whim, and causing us all to scramble for our seatbelts within seconds of the car pulling out of the terminal. Once we were back in the sanctuary of our hotel in the New City, back in our room from the first night, we quickly changed and joined ...
... appear and the square just fills with people. A group of us went to a food stall and we managed to wangle some free drinks and 2 free meals. I stuffed my face with a lovely fish platter. On our way out of town we stopped in one of the only bars for a beer, it was called the Grand Hotel but wasn’t so grand seeing as it had sawdust on the floor! On arrival back at the truck we noticed that it had been decorated for Christmas with ...
... me off to another man going in that direction. He said, "you must come, it is special day and you will see the cow, sheep and camel hide made into leather." I got about half of what he was saying so I thought what the heck lets see where this goes. After walking, me almost jogging to keep up with this fellow, for a good 20 minutes we came to the place. He handed me off to another man who welcomed me in with a hand of mint leaves. They are for the smell he said, most tourist can ...
... blue with narrow roads and colourful washing blowing in the breeze out the windows. It couldn’t have been any further from my vision of what I thought Morocco was like.
Now if Rabat was a shock Casablanca was even more so, it was a thriving metropolis where you could just see the money in the posh cars, fancy buildings and labelled clothing everywhere. It was such a wealthy, affluent city with the biggest shopping mall and IMAX cinema that I have seen in my lifetime. ...
... was in no way boring men were butchering chickens and goats in the middle of the street throwing the guts onto a large pile of rubbish swarming with flies and cats and dogs. Children roamed the streets in packs as young as 4 playing with live chicks by the crate full. Even if i tried i would never be able to find my way back, there or even out so the man we followed we had to trust with ...