Onward to Marrakech



Climbing into the Mid-Atlas mountains at a height of ~2000 m on a narrow sealed road with lunatic drivers-a bit scary with few guard rails, but specular views.


Along the way we passed a village that the French built when they were in control,  to remind them of France and to escape the heat of summer and do a bit of skiing in Winter. You could have been anywhere in Europe.

mid atlas mountain hotel view

We reached our hotel at Bine el Ouidane for our stop for the night below a dam built in 1953. A quiet spot and not a shopping Centre or medina for miles.


Finally we reached Marrakech. Population about 1 million, and they were all out shopping. Our riad was just inside the medina down a few narrow streets and laneways, and it was starting to get a bit warm, low to mid 30’s but the beers were cold.

Tomorrow another day in Marrakech and a flight to Tangier and then catch the ferry to Spain.

3 thoughts on “Onward to Marrakech

  1. Fred and Tammy June 23, 2019 / 12:40 am

    I love the hotel, what a great view!! It seems you have a wonderful trip!


  2. mayjune2012 June 24, 2019 / 8:12 am

    Looks so amazing, hope you are both enjoying the heat. It’s -4 here.


  3. draculacounts June 27, 2019 / 10:12 pm

    Wow! This all looks amazing and beautiful. It’s definitely going on the bucket list.


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