A milieu of a busy people, hard worked animals and covered stalls selling everything and anything. After parking just outside of the Medina walls we engaged a guardien for the cars. We stepped into the bustling Medina to find the riad a quiet oasis, cold stone sinks and fresh showers. We split between 2 riads and went to the other riad where an evening meal had been prepared for us. Madelyn had provided us with musicians, we ate, we danced and drank good red wine. Then we walked down many many winding busy streets to the El Fna filled with more people being entertained and fed (felt a little overwhelming). Decided to return to riad via taxi's this was the highlight for the men who likened it to GTA morocco! Sat on roof with many beers (or gin and tonic in my case) enjoying the dark warm night with the bustling town far below. Fab breakfast next morning with warm potato cake, lovely toasted bread and fresh orange. Off to wild camp next.