Riad Dar Beldia

Sarl Dar Beldia, Derb Houara N°9, Berrima Medina, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco
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train info

by PODOm

Hi, I need info on trains from Marrakech to Rabat on sunday 5th december. I checked on the official Moroccan railway site but cannot get any train for that day. does anyone know if they run on sundays?and if not, which alternative means of transport could I get?
thanks

Re: train info

by TheLongTone

There does appear to be something wrong with the oncf website: unless you want a train the day after tomorrow it seems you are out of luck.

Th day afyer tomorrow there are trains at two -hour intervals from 0500 to 2100. I don't see why the 5tyh of December should be any different. After all, Morocco is a Muslim country, so it's noy the Sabbath.

Re: train info

by planxty

Is it perhaps something to do with Eid? I am not sure of the exact date not being religious myself.

Re: train info

by TheLongTone

No, it's not a religious holiday: it's a website malfunction.

Re: train info

by planxty

Sorry, just a guess.

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

What to wear

by cabeyp

This is an age old discussion on this forum and you will get all sorts of opinions. I'll put it plain. If you (general not personal) are used to dressing skimpily back home then you will feel covered up in knee length shorts. If you are the more conservative and culturally aware type then you will likely want to adjust to your surroundings and follow local dress sense. Linnen trousers and flowing tops. Shoulder free is ok, but again spaghetti strap and bra straps showing vs tank top style.
Midriffs, boobs on show, hot pant lentgth shorts, skimpy tops... It can all be done but be aware how you will be seen. The local men say they don't mind but which man has ever said they don't mind a 1/2 naked woman.

It's what you want to achieve - respect and acceptance or...

What you can get away with in Marrakech you will not be able to wear in more remote locations or even Fes.

Also remember - people working in tourism in Marrakech often come from the local surroundings - so despite this outward openness you can be causing a stir as they aren't used to it really.

Telouet - in the middle of nowhere

by vtveen

Just the drive from the Tizi-n-Tichka Pass road (coming from Marrakech you have to turn to the left about 5 km’s after the pass) is quite an adventure. It is a narrow road, mostly sealed and on a couple of places we had to drive through a dry stream. We were passing a couple of Berber settlements, all with red/pink houses and people working on the fields, before reaching the tiny village of Telouet.

Telouet lies on an altitude of 1800 metres and is surrounded by snow-capped Atlas Mountains in fantastic scenery.

Telouet has two ‘faces’: the one along the ‘main’ road with some shops (carpets, gifts) and cafés/restaurants and the other off road is the real village with a school, mosque, narrow ‘streets’ and little more or less mud huts.
After parking our car immediately a guide, named Aissa, offered his services and we walked with him through the village, saw the old slave quarters, where still descendants of the slaves of Pasha el-Glaoui live and passed the Mellah River on our way to the Kasbah.

Back in the village we had a cup of tea with him, visited a carpet shop and had a lunch in one of the restaurants (see tip). Telouet has also two small hotels. On Thursdays there is a weekly Berber market in Telouet.

What a peaceful and quite place, such a difference from the hustle and bustle of Marrakech.

Directions
Turn off from the Tizi-n-Tichka Pass road (signposted) and follow the narrow road into the valley for about 20 km’s.

The best shrimp and eggplant

by jo-allyn about table 42 jemaa el fna square

this was our favorite table in the greatest outdoor picnic of all, jemaa el fna square. With the sound of trance drumming, smoke rising from multitudes of food tables, the sky above and the sun setting on marrakech, this was a most unique and delicious experience.
The servers here was infectious with their enthusiasm. There is a great competition in the square between all the tables, to attrack "eaters" The food has to be delicious and the food providers have to be entertainers. Table 42 was the best at both! the crispy shrimp and delicious grilled eggplant

THE STORYTELLERS

by DAO


The Halaiquis (storytellers) are the keepers of the oral traditions and folklore knowledge of Morocco. Unfortunately for most tourists they speak in Darixa (Morocco’s Arabic dialect). Performances can range from adaptations of well-known stories to poetry. For the local men, this is a daily theatre experience. These talented tellers of history and fiction learned their trade over generations. Their origins pre-date mass education, and electricity. It is truly amazing to see how popular they still are. You will never see a Storyteller without an eager crowd.

Taking a break

by mvtouring

There comes a time when you have had enough of tour guides and the like and all you want to do is just sit down and have a bit of water and some rest. That is exactly what we did to the disgust of our tour guide. We were in a group, hence the tour guide. He came as part of the package.

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Address: Sarl Dar Beldia, Derb Houara N°9, Berrima Medina, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco