- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... pool on the rooftop terrace enjoying a bottle of wine, simply a lovely finish to the evening.
The next morning we were so pleased to have a free day to explore Marrakech and powered off into the souks. The souks were awash with colour, the spices, bright textiles, leather bags, shoes, carpets, metal work and ceramics made for a visual feast. We so enjoyed the atmosphere, we had been given the impression that we would be hassled and hustled however we did ...
... in 1995 it would seem a French chap purchased the place and started the restoration. Only local people are employed, for all working aspects from the kitchen to maintenance to the gardens. They have a cooperative system going which helps to support the local community. As part of our accommodation the dinner and breakfast are included, along with constant water which they filter from the river and as many soft drinks as you ...
... Setti Fatima. There is suppose to be a path that follows the river and in many ways if there is it would probably be easier than the road but we could not find it.
I cant say the walk was that amazing though there a couple of nice photo opportunities along the way as you are just walking along one side of a river valley. The road goes up and down through multiple villages for maybe the first hour and then after that just seems to go up. After maybe 2 hours ...
So there we were, alone on top of a rooftop terrace in Morocco accompanied only by the occasional stray cats and a band of Moroccan musicians who made up for what the lacked in musical ability with stubborn enthusiasm that seemed to transcend language. They had us up and dancing with them every other song, and we were having so much fun we didn't even mind our delicious tagines going cold. The head waiter would poke her head up on ...
... a few days earlier and were sticking them each to a piece of paper. So apparently using 5 pieces of paper per person on a 40 person camp about the environment isn't ironic. But anyway it was then time to make sure everyone had all there stuff packed so that we could leave after lunch. I managed to get everything back into my bag and cleaned up most of our room. We then ...