Dar el Yasmine

talla sghira derb ahl tadla No34, Fes, 30000, Morocco | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Fes

Morocco: Medina-Mountain-Sea

A travel blog entry by jkjohnson


... the population. The city takes great pride in the Kairaoine Mosque and University. Karim, the son of a mullah, proudly informs us that it is one of Africa's largest mosques accommodating up to 20,000 at prayer and the oldest university in the world, established in 859. During the second part of our tour our guide brings us to a series of handicraft workshops. Despite our insistence that we have no interest in purchasing a hand woven Berber carpet, we are dragged through the ...

Marrakech to Fes

A travel blog entry by lizziejbruce


... time. Scatterings of snow, lie on the ground. This town is nick named the "Swiss village" and the houses sort of replica Swiss Chalets. The houses are all a cream colour.
The King of Morocco, we think is in residence. Last night Marrakech......tonight Ifrane. That man gets around!

We arrive in Fes at dusk, 10 hours after we left Marrakech! A long G and T is the order of the night! :)

Big day sightseeing tomorrow.


Leaving on a Jet plane (or not)

A travel blog entry by leighge

... flight, go through the gate and board the bus that takes us to the plane AND NOTHING HAPPENS. We sat there for a while, before someone asked what was happening - we fly "maybe in one hour". Exhausted, close to tears and cursing the stupid airline we got back off the bus and found seats in the terminal once more. At 9.30 someone organised breakfast vouchers, and we were treated to awful tea and coffee and pastries from the kiosk. The next few hours were spent ...

Costa Del Sol to Fes

A travel blog entry by mr_mozam


... My best guess is that it wasn't turned on. The Med was smooth with just a bit of rocking, especially as we cleared the port. We had lunch on board. Once we cleared immigration in Tangiers we went to the hole in the wall (ATM) and withdrew €100 (A$120). This came out as 1000 Moroccan Dirham. The Moroccan notes have the king on them as opposed to the Australian and British notes that have QEII. All aboard the bus, through the ...

Lambs to the slaughter

A travel blog entry by twovines


... left to navigate the narrow streets alone.

We potter around visiting a thirteenth century library. We are not allowed to see the precious books but the entrance is quite pretty. Next we pass the mosque where Muslims are completing their ritual washing or sitting cross legged in debate before the call to afternoon prayer. We successfully avoid all further demands to visit shops purporting to be places of tourist interest and eventually find our way back through the maze of streets to our ...

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