Palm Plaza Marrakech Hotel & Spa
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... and to visit a man who tends the underground fires that heat the water for the hammam (communal bath).
Another highlight was a full-day tour of Amizmiz (a Berber mountain village outside of Marrakech), booked through Berber Travel Adventures. It started with an ambitious uphill hike to the first village, where we sat in a rather ramshackle village home, drinking mint tea and eating home-cooked flat bread with honey and homemade olive oil. We ...
... the train station. Not surprisingly this pace rendered us near crippled 6 days later when we took it in turns to moan like an elderly couple about our pains and agonies!
By arriving to Tanger Med (an hour out of town) we'd arrived slowly, gazing with curiosity at the bland rocky landscape and reassured by the company of other western travelers, a couple from Canada and Finland and a fellow Brit, Grace, who was off to Tetouan for Arabic lessons before ...
... The more they are aggressive the more I will continue to ignore them and I bet there are a lot of people that are really great but unfortunately passing tourists have a lack of trust in anyone around here because in most cases all it seems these people want to do is take advantage. Sorry for the rant but it's true. A friendly conversation you may think just turns into another sales pitch, they always seem to have ulterior motives. From the bus station I get picked up by ...
... 60c NZD) freshly squeezed orange juice.
The hostel i'm staying in is hands down the best I have ever been to, feels like Aladdin's palace; beds everywhere; even the roof which is open to the sky; and really traditional and intimate; met some really interesting people like a guy in his forties who lives in a van in Abridge; to a hard out bhuddist Californian who lives in Holland:
After a rougish sleep and a free breakfast ...
... opportunity to see a wealth of high majestic peaks and vast, wide panoramas. We passed thro’ the beautiful Zat and Ourika valleys with their fascinating little villages, fine oleander bushes, oak trees and walnut groves. There were just so many strata colours coyly revealing themselves on the sides of the tilting mountains– you’d have thought you were looking into shop windows, with the very best on show!
There were only two ...