One thing that did let the holiday down was the condition of the tents. While the downpour on the first night was unexpected, and no one's fault, the tents were in no fit state to deal with it. There were holes in fly sheets and ground sheets, and the guy ropes were so knotted that the fly sheet could not be held away from the inner, meaning rain came stright through. We were told the tents were due to be replaced. So I hope Exodus will consider replacing tents more often. The tradional matresses used by Exodus would have been lovely - but when sodden they provided no comfort at all, and unlike rollmats or thermarests they soaked up and held onto water. It is unlikely to happen to you, but if rain is forcast I would consider bringing a thermarest. Also two of the groups bags broke en route to the trek (broken zip, and bottom came out of bag), if I go again I will be buying my own kit bag!
The second night at Toubkal Refuge Exodus provided us with buks in the refuge. While very basic and crowded it was such a relief as it was pouring down again, and some of the tents were in their own lake! We woke up the following morning to find our tent had collapsed in the wind and snow! Phew!
I wasn't too keen on the time in Marrakesh, especially as the tour notes had said there would be a tour of the souks - and this was not running. I am not a city person, so would have preferred another day trekking.
I don't mean to sound like I am grumbling, because it was the most awesome holiday ever. Had the weather been better I cannot imagine how great it would be! If you are going towards the end of the season go prepared for anything!