‘Arabian Nights’ – Enjoy the delights Old Arabia
What does it conjure up in your mind?
For some it will be belly dancers, magic carpets, Aladdin, Harems, crowded markets, tiresome vendors, camels, Egypt, the Pyramids. More esoterically it could be Sir Richard Burton and his book 1,001 Arabian Nights.
Or perhaps, Crosby and Hope in the ‘Road to Morocco’, turned up pointed slippers, talking camels, bazaars, Ali Baba & the Forty Thieves, scimitars, sand, desert, oasis, Bedouins and tents, Indiana Jones, The Mummy.
Whatever your ideas we will have some of these to take you back to the Souks of Morocco and the tents in the oasis.
The oasis is welcoming with a wonderful waterfall and palm trees offering shade from the sand dunes.
The Sheik’s turbaned servants offer you a drink as you shelter from the searing desert heat. Camels are nosily restless and are tethered some distance away. A snake charmer is playing in the background.
A mini medina has been set up with stalls selling all sorts of pots and trinkets.
You move down the street and through the beaded entrance and into the Bedouin tent. The aroma of incense fills the air. Flame lgihts flicker in the corner of the tent creating a delicate and restful atmosphere.
Before the sumptuous banquet why not try the the Wheel of Fortune and let Ali Baba bring you good luck, or try the Blackjack and Roulettte table. It’s all for fun and done in the best possible taste.
Or you could see how long you stay on the Rodeo Camel. He doesn’t want you to stay on too long, but how long can you survive? If you still want to test your sense of balance try our Magic Carpet Ride. Both games are unique from Theme Party Packages and help your to get your party entertainment going!
Then it is time for your four-course meal of the country. Will it be monkey brains soup or sheep’s eyeball pate? Whatever it is is will be washed down with some wine of beer.
Time for the floor-show or cabaret to begin. Belly-dancers, a fire-eater, and the Dance of the Seven Veils with audience participation.
After the meal it’s time to dance with the Top Class Band or Disco, or maybe a visit to the chill-out area with large cushions, low tables and maybe a hubble-bubble or hookah pipe for you to try.
After that it’s camels at 1.00am.