Amanjena – Arabian night days

November 10, 2010 in MOROCCO | Comments (7)

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VIP transfer at Amanjena

10 November, Morocco.

Amanjena

Breakfast is the most popular meal to eat in the accommodation, but nevertheless we chose to eat by the pool.  The “Amanjena breakfast”  had everything a normal person (like me) ever wants to eat at breakfast (i.e. no eggs). It included home made bread, home made croissants of the most deliciously buttery sort, creamy home made yoghurt in a bottle, home made strawberry jam, fresh fruit cut into a swirl of colourful design, musli (and other cereals) and café latte without any fuss over a supplement.

It dawned a hazy day, and clouds came and went. This lead us away from the pool to the Thai restaurant for breakfast.

Oh its cold I said (complaining of some 16 degrees), and like magic the waiter stretched out his hand and set the fire going in the fireplace almost instantaneously…

This is the kind of thing that makes the Aladdin or Arabian nights touch of Amanjena real.

Soon the sun came out. We wandered around the symmetry of the grounds taking last pictures and then off to Marrakech with another informative driver.

Learning from the driver is an excellent thing for a traveler who is too busy to do homework.

So we heard about daytrips to the Atlas mountains and the Berber peoples who live there and make up about one quarter of the population. We heard about the very high rate of illiteracy. We heard about the rich people moving out of the Medina to Marrakech Newtown, and the French moving in …

Hotel inspection Amanjena

See photos. We saw a pool pavilion – like ours, except the garden is larger and contains a swimming pool. Pool pavilions can connect with pool pavilions to make rather luxurious two bedroom accommodations (with pools). Then we also saw a Maison. This was on two levels, with a sitting room overlooking the pool, and a second bedroom downstairs with private entrance. Upstairs is devoted to the master bedroom with a huge bathroom including his and hers dressing rooms, and a long dressing table cum desk with view into the courtyard. Amanjena has six of these two-storey maisons. Maison Jardin differs in that it has a private garden and butler service. The prime accommodation is the Al-Hamra Maison, with an extensive garden and the bedrooms both on the same level, along with butler service, indoor and outdoor dining areas and pool of course.


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