|Dark, tiny alleys to Dar el Menia....but wait until you're inside the house|
|The bathroom on second floor|
As we got deeper into the Medina, the alleys were getting smaller and darker...it was scary. The man suddenly stopped in front of a huge, heavy iron door and began banging it. As soon as the door opened, a tall, lean English man appeared in front of us. I felt relief, it must be none other than Graham, the owner of Dar el Menia whom I've been corresponding through emails. He greeted and invited us into his charming Dar. Graham took time to explain about the house and the Medina. I was utterly impressed by every detail of the interior and obviously, he has done an impressive pain staking job to preserve the house. It is an amazing Dar (house).
|Narrow bedroom Moroccan style|
Dar el Menia has been featured in Lonely Planet, Sunday Times Travel Magazine and it has been fully restored by the owner, Graham Coules. It is a wonderful place that we wish to stay when we visit Morocco again.
|In another bedroom at level 2|
|Cozy day bed|
|The bathroom on the third level|
|Interesting ceramic piece|
|The wash basin|
|The shower head|