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The Caliph’s House – Book Review

June 19, 2011

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The Caliph’s House is a travel book by Anglo-Afghan author, Tahir Shah. One of my favorite books based on Morocco. The process of buying a property and the association with the local community rings so many bells to my own experiences. Likewise …. look out for the passage about “freeing the animals” (I won’t spoilt […]

Magic in a strange land – TripAdvisor

June 8, 2011

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“Magic in a strange land” Words and photographs by Red B Black TripAdvisor Review 1 June 2011 So, you’ve decided to visit Marrakech and now you’re wondering where to stay. When we started on the same journey, we were looking for somewhere that would be part of the experience, not fastened on to the side […]

After Argana – Café Argana, Marrakech: Today

May 27, 2011

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Today: Café Argana, the scene of the horrific Marrakech bomb blast on 28th April 2011, received it’s first “make-over”. Water Seller in the Jemaa el Fna pointing out the new Art at Argana Cafe At around 10.00am this morning 6 bespoke Works of  Art were mounted on the tarpaulin scaffold that currently shields Café Argana’s  […]