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... topped with Parmesan foam, a tower salade composee, grilled entrecôte, whitefish spiced (heavily) with Moroccan spices, orange mille feuille dessert, a lovely red French Bordeaux and coffee. Totally first class and excellent service. A marvellous gastronomic experience. Our friend, Janice, said it was the best meal she had in years. Maybe she doesn't get out much (ha ha). Back home and to sleep for a 5:45 am wake-up to start our trip tomorrow to the Sahara bivouac by car, then ...
... are 30 to 40 feet tall with an opening to the sky above. Some are openings are partially covered, making the passage ways dimly lit, as if entering a cave. The tops of some of the buildings are cross supported by large timbers, presumably to keep the walls from falling in.
Inside you encounter throngs of people hustling and bustling among the shops. Your senses are completlly overwhelmed by the sights, sounds and smells. ...
... were beautiful and soft though. If I only had more room! Our last visit of the day was the fabric making factory. This shop has been owned by the same family for generations. The men do the loom work as it's quite heavy, hard work. They use wool, cotton and cactus silk. Very interesting. I bought a little table runner there. Would have loved to buy a bedspread but once again, if only I had space. Already my suitcase is the heaviest of the tour! Of course we also saw and ...
... starting to fade so i went back to the hotel while the others went to the Medina and, by the sounds of things, spent lots of money! They brought me back a little bottle of argan oil for cooking. As much as it really wasn't Fes' fault I was sick I am not sure I would go back to Fes. What we saw was very pretty and the people we interacted with seemed nice enough, but there was something that put me off slightly, probably just being a bit ...
... man rings' that looked pretty cool and some odd looking guitar picks from a music shop. I had to be careful about taking pictures here, as many of the locals didn't appreciate it. It's hard to ask permission when taking a picture of a crowded market, but I've read before that Morocco was strict about this...what I read was right, so I limited myself to a few subtle pics from my iPhone.
One of the reasons I came was the 'International Festival of World Music', an annual fest ...