Sunday, August 14

Morocco Part 2


I've finally finished sifting through endless photos of Morocco- which now feels like a life time ago. 
It was probably one of the most beautiful & photographable countries I have ever been to.
Every single nook & cranny was covered in intricate detail & show casing bright colours- but one area that stood out in particular, are the souks. 


Wandering round the souk's you can't help but feel like a magpie...
Bright and early, we pulled ourselves away from the stalls since we had an appointment to make.


We'd booked a classic spa experience at Le Bain Bleu- which I highly recommend if you're visiting the city. Having your body completely exfoliated, naked, in front a complete stranger was an interesting experience as a Brit- but hey! I was silky smooth for weeks.


Unfortunately, with blooming RyanAir limiting out luggage, I couldn't take much crockery back with me. But if you're a crockery hoarder like myself, take an empty suitcase with you. It's all to die for.


After a whole day of exploring round the remarkable souks- which the smell alone is an experience- we nestled in to the hotel, El Fenn for Moroccan afternoon tea.


And finally, we finished our dwindling day in the last light of the sunset in our little plunge pool.


Not a bad day's adventure...
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