Dar el Yasmine

talla sghira derb ahl tadla No34, Fes, 30000, Morocco | B&B
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Days 131-136: Morocco's Fes, Chefchaouen & Tangier

A travel blog entry by djmorton

78

... different from the culture of Fez and Chefchaouen.


It's hard to find countries that are so completely different from one to the next, but Morocco has been just that. Although we are in Africa, it very much feels like a middle eastern country. I particularly liked the tolerance between beliefs and the fact locals speak about 6 languages. In the towns we visited it's rare to see women not in headscarves and about 60% men are in djellabas, pointy ...

Excuse me please, for the sh!t of the donkey.....

A travel blog entry by samanthamaguire

3

... us the way to the tannery. All the reviews say this is the best way to get there and the 'guides' will expect to be paid between 10 and 20 dirhams. The Medina is so maze-like, we wove our way through the alleys for almost an hour, stepping aside for donkeys laden with animal pelts fresh from the slaughter house. Our guide was extremely well spoken with fluent English, but when we came to manure left on the flagstones, he would wave his hand and say ...

Muslim World Problems

A travel blog entry by mchilds

5
17

I was warned. I was warned that the house would change every two weeks and that it would be rough, but I still wasn't ready for it. It's weird that people are gone, but it's weirder that the house is full of these strangers. It's so loud, and a bunch of them came here as a group so they all know each other already. It's a truly bizarre dynamic and I don't think that I like it, but maybe I'll get used to it. At least none of them seem determined to get under everyone's skin, which ...

First Impressions.......

A travel blog entry by kiwisinflight

42

... interested in and the man told him it wasn't for sale - to him.
We left after that and meet another guy on the street who was again very friendly, we made it clear from the beginning that we were not paying him any money, however he happily showed us down to the tanneries where we were up close with the workers. It was amazing and an experience you could not get if you were in a larger group. He then offered to take us to the spice makers and where people weave the ...

Fes

A travel blog entry by jkloewen

This is a top pick!
27

... The showers in Morocco are also unique. You have two options for a shower, you can fill up a bucket and dump it on yourself sort of like a bath style, or you can go to a Hammam. Jess and I went to a Hammam. Very different experience. Ask us about this later.

You don't go to Morocco (or at least the places we went to in Morocco) if you are looking for a relaxing peaceful rest. But you do go to Morocco if you want an amazing cultural experience like none you ...

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This B&B, located on talla sghira derb ahl tadla No34, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding