Unfortunately, we didn't actually see the show... we were having such a terrible experience at dinner that we left before it started!
As we walked into the food tent, there was such a strange atmosphere. Everyone in the tent was completely silent, and we felt like everyone was staring at us. The waiters didn't seem to have a clue what was going on, which just added to the confusion. Bread was served, but despite being ravenous, we decided not to tuck in as we thought we would soon be served our tagine. Half an hour later however, there was still no sign of any other food, so we started on the bread. We were then served soup as a starter, then a furthur half an hour, our tagine finally turned up. Yet another long wait, and we were served a mountain of couscous, at which point I decided I could not sit in the uncomfortable atmosphere any longer and promptly paid for my drinks and left.
During dinner, different groups of "musicians" and "dancers" came to (attempt to) entertain us with their representations of ancient folklore. The ladies who were meant to be dancing looked totally bored, and were not dancing at all. They were simply swaying their hips like novices at a nightclub. The music didn't seem to differ group to group, and I felt as though they were just there in the hope of receiving a tip.
Priced at 450 dirhams per person (more if you include drinks and tips), this was totally not the type of experience that represents this wonderful country. It was a complete anti-climax to a fantastic holiday.
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