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... not to get lost, watch the snake charmers, acrobats and monkey handlers for a while and check back in again.
Anyway that's it for now. I will publish but will continue after a while.
Feast of the sheep day has a lot to answer for and I don't mean just from the sheeps' perspective! The streets are virtually deserted. The souks are not even open and the snakes charmers, acrobats and monkeys have the day off. I walked to the main market area (isn't google ...
❤️Happy Valentine's Day Last night, after we settled into our riad, Lansari took us on a walk to the Main Square of Marrakesh. It was like nothing we have ever experienced before! It was a festival, street fair, party and celebration all at the same time. The square is a huge open area. It was filled with people, music and food. Vendors were selling things. Light up toy helicopters were being launched it the air. Music was playing. There ...
... some of Game of Thrones. We then had lunch in the town (Tajine Chicken! Yummy!). Along the way we hung out with 2 brothers from Montreal! Really nice guys just on a little vacation. We then continued our drive through the mountains and then finally made it to the dessert for just after 8. It was then when we rode the camels! Such a cool experience. Mine was named Carl (after llamas with hats---thanks Jody) and Lisa's was names Cindy, but later changed to MJ due ...
... we were quite prepared for the fact that every woman on the beach was completely covered, headscarf, coats, long pants, covered shoes. There were some guys in the water, we weren't game enough to join them! There was one woman (out of hundreds) in a bikini. . . She wandered along seemingly oblivious to the many social boundaries she was crossing. Awkward.
More exploring, an ice cream, and then it was time to head back to Marrakech. All up, a very cool day trip to ...
... of the beaten path, in order to avoid the big chain hotels that are a magnet for Western tourists and, I felt, a possible target for terrorists. So for the same reason, I did not feel comfortable when our guide suggested we stop in to have an ice cream at one of the popular eateries bordering the bustling Jemaa el Fna. Luckily the one he chose was over-crowded, so we chose a less-crowded one. I swallowed hard and agreed to go in when my kids heard that ice cream was ...