Sun-soaking and sleeping isn’t the only thing you’ll be doing in Marrakech.
As you would expect, the food is jam-packed with colourful flavours. One of their favoured spices is cinnamon which is put in dishes ranging from cocktails to tagines to their Traditional biscuits.
It was only day 1 and we had already been served the highly anticipated traditional meal served and recommend by the Mother Hen of Palais El Miria.
…And it was JUST what we expected. The waiters brought out 2 tagine pots covered with a tall lid, eager to see what we had on offer.
The Morrocan Tea is lived by here (much like our cuppa) as the people of Morrocco drink it throughout the day. Usually, it is served with biscuits, so actually us Brits have a thing or two in common.
At the end of a busy day, either in the city of Marrakech (more photos to come) or tending to the roaming tortoises, we could all starfish on the lovely cabanas to soak up the last of the afternoon sun.
Everywhere is structured with key-hole shape doors, which unlock into a different Morroccan oasis.
Unfortunately, I don’t have access to my other camera while I’m out here so be sure to expect some more posts on Morrocco.
Jemima Plume Xx