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... get a panoramic view of the Fez medina. It is really enormous. Next we went to the ceramic workshop. What incredible craftsmen. The mosaic and clay pieces are gorgeous. We of course had an opportunity for retail therapy. We walked through the alleys of the medina looking at all of the food and goods that were being sold in the souks. The perfusion of fruits, vegetables, spices, clothing and other goods was amazing. Great photo op too. ...
... I made it to the hotel on. One train ticket to the main station and one cheap taxi later, I was across the street from my hotel. But not without a bit of haggling. Taxis in Morocco will try and rip you off at every stop. Grand Taxis will generally go for more money then the little Petit ones with their missing window cranks and inner door handles, and greedy drivers with dollar signs in their eyes. The first gentleman attempted to charge me 100 Dirham for ...
... knows the route we will take, nor how long the flight will be. He hopes for 50 minutes, but if there enough detours, it could be up to 90 minutes. With that comforting thought in mind, we buckle up and get ready for the ride.
Fortunately, there aren’t too many detours and we land after a 60 minute flight, over some interesting scenery — lots of rolling hills, and stark mountains. As we drive from the airport into Fez, we go through the ...
The epitome of Fez, the beating heart sat at the centre of the clogged arterial network, is the tannery. Even on a brisk, rainy day such as this one the stench crawled its way out of the pit and down the alleys, rotting tendrils caressing our nostrils. It heralded our approach to the hidden and festering core, becoming thicker and headier. Flesh stewing in vats of pigeon **** is easily passed off as indescribable. I'm taking the easy ...
... in a month! Another good day in Morocco and another step closer to re-entering Spain!