The experience at Riad Reves D' orient did not fully move through me until after I got on the plane to return to the states. I tend to not fully feel all the senses of a new experience until it's over. This time the feelings were, "I wish I never left."
This Riad provided comfort, charm, ancient yet modern beauty, tradition, and wonderful Moroccan hospitality. The exotic beauty of Moroccan culture, people, architecture, design, the quiet inside and the laughter outside, and especially a beautiful Moroccan woman who I will never forget (she knows who she is). I want to come back, alone, and stay long enough to fully experience all the aromas, tastes, the breeze, the beauty of rooftop flowers and vines, and a massage I remember like yesterday. It was so wonderful I had another, days later.
In the mornings the coffee and rooftop breakfast were perfect, and every person at the Riad seemed as if they were there only for me, yet I'm sure everyone who stays there would say the same. I want to come back this year. I was there in April of 2013, a bit over a year ago.
I came to meet an American woman I did not know, became friends with her, yet, instead, I fell in love with the people of Marrakech, and the new "friends" (staff) of the Riad Reves D'orient, especially one beautiful Moroccan woman whose courtesy, smile, and inner beauty seemed like a dream.