Dar El Menia
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... is still not feeling very well.)
First she went to a Vegetable Seller and selected a few perfect tomatoes.
She then went to a ...
... stinky, but the vats of dye and men working at them is worth the scent. I've seen many iconic photos of this.. Or the tannery in Marakesh, perhaps. We have a great vantage point from a terrace inside a large store, so obviously, the next thing to do is shop. The number and variety of babouch, pointed slippers, is staggering. I spy what looks like pet beds, hanging from the walls and it takes a few minutes to realize these are my ...
... all over. With being in a place we were unfamiliar with, listening to prayers, I was a tad nervous during the night. There were times I thought our door with its multiple locks was being opened and other noises I was not expecting. Thinking about a religion who got many of their members to pray five times a day and broadcast each one I wondered how people would react to a small Canadian family living literally in their Neighbourhood. What will tomorrow ...
... br> There was a young man holding a card with my name on it when we exited the platform area. He didn't speak very good English, but we went outside, and he said to wait. We were in the blazing sun; I looked around for some shade. There was a small patch a few feet away, so I suggested we wait there. It was much cooler in the shade.
We waited awhile, and he made a phone call. Finally, a man came, and he took one of our bags. Hunter and I had the other ones. We walked quite ...
... in Africa, was built and its associated Al-Qaraouiyine Madrassa was founded. The Kairouan Mosque is still in existence today.
Under the Almorid rule (AD 1061-1147) and the Almohad dynasty (AD 1147- 1269) the twin cities united and Fes underwent unprecedented urban development and economic growth. Fes reached its golden age in the Merinid* period when it became an important intellectual, cultural and commercial centre. It also marked the construction ...