- Swimming pool
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... to the bus station and bought a ticket to Ouarzazate. Waiting on the bus station was more exciting as you might imagine. While we were sitting in the hall, just a few meters away from the large portrait of King Mohammed VI, which hanged beneath the ceiling, a young man walked to the centre of the hall and stopped. What happened next lasted all in all about 30 seconds. He threw a large stone into the portrait. The glass it was covered with fell to the ground in tens of ...
... It took forever. Then we got our bags. Then we exchanged some dollars for dirhams (sounds like a gameshow doesn't it?). [Dirhams are equal to 10 times a Euro. Often, you can pay for things in Euros. If something is 200 Dirhams, it is equal to 20 Euros. Once I learned this it really helped me understand the cost in USD when things are priced in Dirhams.]
After that, we found our driver who was waiting for us with a sign as promised. He pointed out ...
... i was able to chat the rest of the afternoon away whilst watching the Japanese walkers return and perving on the French bathers! As it was getting near to Tiffin(?) time, we dodged our way between the piles of **** (human) to the donuts that awaited us. Now we are killing yet more time until tea when we can find out the plans for the last couple of days. 21.34 - Tea eventually came and went but was one of the best we have had, egg ...
At first I assume that this is just another tomb of a saint which people come to pray to and request special favors (a practice common in Morocco, but frowned on by many who say that this is not part of "true" Islam). This sort of practice, with different variations, is pretty common around the world in many different religions. But Sidi Chamharouch is something quite different and like something I've never heard of before.
Sidi Chamharouch is a courthouse for ...
... I have both been extremely excited to trek around this place for weeks now, mostly because we share the same passion for bartering. Fortunately we got a warmup course pretty early on when negotiating the price for our taxi, which our other friends were a little unnerved with. But when we got to our hostel, we were pleasantly surprised to find a traditional, colorful, open air location with a beautiful rooftop terrace, and some of the friendliest staff you ...