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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... controlled countries. In addition, unlike the Bible, there is no prominent teaching of forgiveness and mercy, but rather much more emphasis on submission.
IN SUMMARY, CERTAINLY A VERY COMPLICATED TOPIC, AND NOT ONE TO BE RESOLVED EASILY. WE DO BELIEVE THERE ARE MANY DEVOUT FOLLOWERS OF ISLAM WHO DO DESIRE PEACE WITH THOSE OF OTHER FAITHS. THE CURRENT CHALLENGE IS OBVIOUSLY THE VERY LOUD VOICES OF THOSE WHO DO NOT FOLLOW THAT MORE ACCEPTING COURSE OF ...
A new day and we were looking forward to our day in Marrakech. Like Casablanca, it has a wonderful name which to us is so evocative of its romantic and exotic past.
Marrakech is the fourth largest city in Morocco (after Casablanca, Rabat and Fes) and is the capital of the mid south-western region of Marrakech-Tensift-El Haouz. Constructed by the Berber Empires, the city is regarded as the most important of the four former ...
... to house the row upon row of freshly squeezed orange vendors and sellers of ttagine pots, without the vast array of open air performers and storytellers. We walked around this square for an hour or so, furtively sneaking the odd photo and paying a few Dhiram where we couldn't.....best to pay and have the "memory triggers". From here, we wandered up towards the Ali Ben Youssef Medersa, a Quoranic Learning Centre that in its day housed 900 students in 132 dorms; ...
... It is hard to fathom that all of this is behind these tiny doors. I might have thought it was just the homes we visited, but (being curious me...) I peeked in a few that had left their doors open, and even the homes of the general populace are built in this fashion. Wonderful places.
I also failed to mention that Argan oil isn't just for skin care products. It is like Olive oil and is used for food as well. It is a very useful ...
... Creepy, yet hilarious. The night market was hit again, too good to ignore! Then we spent the rest of the night chilling on the rooftop to the distant sounds of the Djemaa el-Fna square.
Our final day before our adventure to the desert, was spent exploring the wider surrounds of the Medina and we purchased a tourist bus ticket in order to fit everything in cheaply! We visited beautiful areas of natural and cultural beauty, where we discovered our passion for taking black ...