On arrival you are given the opportunity to have photos taken with all sorts of "cast" members including the horses..
Remember that if you take up the offer of photos you are expected to tip so take coins!!
After the brief cast encounter in the car park, you then meet more cast, and an "aladdins cave" of sorts ;) it's all quite cheesy but a good laugh if you go with it.
After the "cave" you make your way past all of the performers making a LOT of noise before you're seated with a group of up to 8 people to share a Moroccan feast. Whilst you dine on 6 relatively good courses you also have the sensory overload of performers and belly dancers arriving every 5 mins which makes conversation at the table "interesting"!!
As in other reviews, water is NOT provided and you are expected to pay for it. Careful with ordering drinks and ESPECIALLY with your change... Work it out from the drinks card and pay exactly to avoid "problems"... If you speak French that helps massively here!
After the dinner, you site outside and watch a relatively chaotic and poorly lit show with all sorts of horses, gun salutes, horse tricks, a donkey (!), belly dancer, and a fireworks display of sorts (although the amount of fireworks you'll see depends on how many people show up!!)
It's an interesting and crazy evening which goes on quite late but when you're finished you do wonder what just hit you!! ;) enjoy!
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