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Author Topic: Wiki Guide to Punting in Marrakesh / Morocco  (Read 2521 times)

Offline Dodo

I may be missing something......but can someone explain why it is considered safe to post the names of Hammams in Marra where you can get extras on the Wiki page but not on this thread😟😟
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Offline misterali

I guess posters have come to your way of thinking.

Either way, as long as we are constantly updating and providing up to date details on the ground about Hammams, it should be quite easy to keep a track on the places to go and ones to avoid.

Online CoolTiger

Wilson85, thanks for your contribution, great info there, esp about allowing for 12hours door to door. That's how long it took us as well.

Being a 6am flight from Stansted meant that we were awake all night in order to get to the airport for 3am check-in, had a couple of hours of sleep on the plane.

How is it with alcohol that we buy at the airport flying out? Are the customs an issue? Apart from that, how convenient is it to buy booze in Marrakech? Thanks in advance.

Landed safely in Marrakesh an hour or two ago. Everything went fine. The extra booze got through without questions asked. Took about 45 mins to get out of security and we paid a 100 to Gueliz. Now that the boys are pissed off at me using my phone still so I'll try my best to share my experience as best I can. Defo a long write up once i'm back.

Some more notes for adding to the wiki. Cheers  :thumbsup:

Offline fazzy

hi guys how would you bribe guards is there nice of saying it without getting in trouble ?

hi guys how would you bribe guards is there nice of saying it without getting in trouble ?
I would suggest its the art of conversation and getting to know them a little first. A cigarette or two or maybe a coffee and take some time to talk to them and then ease the topic of girls into the conversation... but Im no expert.

I may be missing something......but can someone explain why it is considered safe to post the names of Hammams in Marra where you can get extras on the Wiki page but not on this thread😟😟
All the information posted on the wiki to date was posted by me... so I can categorically state that ALL the information posted there was already freely available both on this forum and other web pages & forums. I have no personal experience of punting in Morocco so what you see is the compression of stories and ideas from anywhere I can find it.
On a personal note, I see no harm in naming Hamams and other punting places like nightclubs and cafes. The authorities know that it goes on and they already know where it goes on. But I respect the wishes of those that don't want to disclose their info and contacts if thats what they want.
I hope everyone is finding a useful resource? I'm still enjoying adding to it but have slowed down majorly now due to running out of fresh info to post. But I'll keep looking.

Offline nike

I can give one reason why it's not a good idea to name hammams and cafés, nightclubs are a different category.  The very famous cafe fleur in the plaza , used to be one of the main places for picking up WGs, has been shut down, by order of the police because of all the wg activities.  Make them work hard for it, the police, don't offer it to them on a plate. Just my humble opinion.
« Last Edit: January 12, 2017, 02:41:28 AM by nike »

Offline Steve2

It's a surprise that McDonalds and Starbucks haven't been closed too considering the amount of WG activity that seems to go on there

Offline nike

It's a surprise that McDonalds and Starbucks haven't been closed too considering the amount of WG activity that seems to go on there

Mcdonald  and Starbucks are international companies with a lot of clout, it wouldn't go down too well with the government, I'm sure.

I can give one reason why it's not a good idea to name hammams and cafés, nightclubs are a different category.  The very famous cafe fleur in the plaza , used to be one of the main places for picking up WGs, has been shut down, by order of the police because of all the wg activities.  Make them work hard for it, the police, don't offer it to them on a plate. Just my humble opinion.
It's a surprise that McDonalds and Starbucks haven't been closed too considering the amount of WG activity that seems to go on there
Like I said before, the old bill know exactly where this stuff goes on, (its where they make their money in bribes apparently so any good copper will already know). Having McDonalds and Starbucks opening franchises in Morocco is probably far more important to the local government and tourism industries than worrying about a few unmarried couples getting a bit of nookie. I think Fleur closing may have more to do with local politics than wg's but thats just my opinion and I have nothing to back that up, other than 10+ years of knowing how corrupt Morocco can be.

Nike...why do you think nightclubs are a different category from cafés? not saying you're wrong buddy. Just a question.

If the consensus here is to remove Hamam and Hotel and café  information from the wiki then I can do that in just a couple of minutes but I personally think the wiki will be pretty lame without it.

Offline nike

Nightclubs pay  massive kickbacks and are an integral part of the tourism infrastructure.  Also they are all operated behind closed doors and after midnight.  They are not in ur face and no families are going to be offended as they will not frequent the establishments. Imo

Offline nike

Cafe fleur has closed because of the wgs problem, I have it on good authority.

Nightclubs pay  massive kickbacks and are an integral part of the tourism infrastructure.  Also they are all operated behind closed doors and after midnight.  They are not in ur face and no families are going to be offended as they will not frequent the establishments. Imo
Fair enough. Though much of the above could also be said about the hamams.
Anyway, like I said, if the consensus here is to remove the info from the wiki then thats what I'll do.

Online CoolTiger


Bingo there used to be a package hat myself and another punter used. It was perfect. 250 mins. 250 texts and 10gb data for 100 dirham. Always lasts me a trip but I don't know if they do it anymore.

Go to the store and ask for packages.

Could the above suggestion please be added to the guide. In addition, a list of all the Network Providers would be handy.

Cheers.

Could the above suggestion please be added to the guide. In addition, a list of all the Network Providers would be handy.

Cheers.
I will certainly add the above, np. A list of all the providers will take a couple of minutes longer unless someone else feels like helping out a bit?  ;)

I'm being a bit lazy with the wiki at the moment (sorry) but I'll get back to it when my real life work eases up a bit.
« Last Edit: January 17, 2017, 06:23:10 PM by Benny the Ball »

Offline fazzy

I would suggest its the art of conversation and getting to know them a little first. A cigarette or two or maybe a coffee and take some time to talk to them and then ease the topic of girls into the conversation... but Im no expert.
thanks I talked to my original contact but he's out of the country now  but his bro handles things there now he told me he will have a word with the guard and don't worry about nothing

Online CoolTiger

Azam I took cash and my card as backup when I went Agadir, just make sure you tell your bank that you where your going and that you will be using your card there. As for hiding your cash it depends if your stay in a hotel or apartment. we stayed in a hotel and I took a travel safe with me for peace of mind (just in case maids or cleaners when through our belongings when we were out) heres a link to the one I brought and took

https://www.ballicom.co.uk/yale-yts1-150-40-1b-.p1019357.html?ref=PLA&gclid=CjwKEAiAwfzDBRCRmJe7z_7h8yQSJAC4corOPyLNjo6ESypxElvXBFzG0iibCRCniLk3otACbTYG7hoC3QHw_wcB


Great tip for those who stay in apartments and have not been provided with a safe.

Offline VFM


Offline misterali

KH, that's great info for the restaurants/cafe section of the Wiki guide. If you recall the names of these places, that would be great.

Cheers.

To answer your question CoolTiger.





Online CoolTiger

For the person asking about food there are some very good tribal places deep in James el fna. There is also a Lebanese restaurant in gueliz that does very Arab style food. Grilled meat and chicken. But it's slightly pricey. There is a breakfast place on muya Faisal street. It's a rod running parallel to the golden mile. It's got a lot of fish restaurants in it. There is a breakfast place there where a lot of the locals eat. Excellent value for money. Me and 4 others had a full in breakfast with fresh cocktails and moroccon tea altogether it came up to 150 dirham for 5. That's roughly 13 quid for a proper breakfast for five.

Where as another place I used to go for breakfast I would be charged 140 for two people only. Don't get ripped off.

Cool tiger I'm so sorry I do not remember the names. Nike and mister Ali. You were both present do you remember the names of these places or the street name?

I can recall prices. A mixed grill at the Syrian Lebanese place was roughly 70-80 dirham. That was for a full mixed grill with chips and bread. They also did fresh grilled chicken and rice that was tasty and that was 110 dirham but the portion was pretty large.



To answer your question CoolTiger.







Thanks for posting the names, great info for the Wiki  :thumbsup:
 
Cheers.

Online CoolTiger

Great tip for those who visit cafes/restaurants which they would recommend:

Like MrAli above, take a picture of the restaurant or the menu, who provides details of the place.

Online CoolTiger

Theres also a place just behind KFC in hivernage called highways. Its more a restaurant with loud music which gets going at around 10, have met some good ladies in there before.

HIghway yes has decent food and atmosphere. I had an apartment accross the rd from there. Nice little Area 5 mins walk from plaza. There is a decent exchange good rates, dry cleaners, and an off license, japanese food and italian if i can remember correctly. Also the police station is just 1 mins walk  :scare:

Some good restaurant pointers from SHIZ247   :thumbsup:

Online CoolTiger

Anyone know any decent places to print boarding passes from?

Any Internet cafe in gueliz will do. It's like 5-10 dirhams for one paper. Internet is also cheap. The French keyboards are confusing as fuck though.

There is an internet cafe beside acima supermarket not far from cafe la flamme. If you have any problems you could go to airport and they will print one for you, though a bit more expensive for taxi.

Good pointers for Internet Cafes and any printing.


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