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TravelPod Member ReviewsRiad Dalia Marrakech
Loved it. Down a quiet alley just inside the medina walls, it's a cool experience. Great for budget travelers that want a break from it all and someplace a little more private and clean. Very friendly staff. Mohammad, the owner was very helpful and spoke English.
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... of Essaouira for a relaxing overnight and seafood dinner. Sharing my dinner with balmy ocean breezes and multihued ocean sunset. Except, ticket seller told me the bus I wanted to get on was sold out and I would have to get the 2:30 bus four hours later. If you haven't ridden a long distance bus in a while, the stations are no great Mecca for fun seekers and fine dining. Usually just four walls, some benches and ...
... buying them up. I didn't think much about it so I didn't take any pictures. My Australian Riad owner says that he pays someone to butcher a sheep and there is a big feast. Not too far off from our Thanksgiving turkeys. On the bus trek, and then back in Marrakesh, I saw sheep being drive in every manor of conveyance, walked, carried, cart, motor bike, car and truck. Think the weekend before Christmas, with all the Christmas trees piled into and on top of cars, ...
... and wallpaper. It was enhanced with some well appointed mood lighting. The decor was lovely and the food divine. We were also lucky enough to find ourselves in the middle of a Moroccan wedding. The 'love seat' in the photo waited patiently for its inhabitants who,we suspect had never met each other until that evening. It was in some ways romantic (beautiful setting and amazing 'costumes'?) but in other ways archaic ( in that the bride was 'presented' to ...
... where there was some international and boutique shops such as Zara, Mango and Monsoon. Although I felt very sorry for the poor horses pulling the carriage in 45 degree heat it was a nice change from a taxi ride. We had a lovely meal on the terrace of the Kasbah bar, I had chicken skewers which came on a wooden board with a long bar to hang them from. After our meal we walked towards the Jemaa el Fna where my mum was asked 'how many camels for your daughter' ha ...
... two men stopped their car for us, Abdallah and Hassan, who lived in a village not so far from Tiznit.
After which we were picked up by Joel, who had actually driven past us the once, and then did an unexpected reverse of his van to get us. This was such an fortunate lift for us as he was going all the way to Casablanca in the north of Morocco and Marrakesh was on his route.
Joel wore a Berber pale blue robe and worked for the Institute of Fisheries. In his ...