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... is a predominantly Muslim country, there is no alcohol for sale in the medina and even in the rest of the city is hard to come by. No bars, no wine with dinner, no cocktails on the terrace after a day of shopping. We would have to make do with tea and our one cup of coffee in the morning. I read a book about life in Fes and the author noted that you could go into the New Town (Ville Nouveau) and buy wine or liquor at a store there, but if the taxi driver heard the clink of the ...
... there are some plastic cups floating around - later that day I was reading a book about Muslims in Iraq and realized that part of the prayer process is to clean hands, feet, face and wet ones throat with cold water from a fountain...so I guess the plastic cups were not litter :) We went to 'tannery' row and overlooked the natural tanning process. We were given fresh mint to smell as the smells of the tannery are rather strong. The multiple vats with ...
... clothes and then went down to the central common area where I'd seen a few people hanging out in the hopes that I'd at least get a few tips for the next day and possibly be able to join them for dinner. I was not disappointed in either case. We had dinner at a good little restaurant called the Ruined Garden which is set up in the ruins of a courtyard of an house and decked out with plants to make a lovely setting. The prices weren't that cheap, but the food was excellent, ...
... dinner are never a good idea and we discussed finding a sandwich place on the way home. After some time had passed and we were ready to ask someone to take us home, then the "real" food showed up, harira which is a traditional soup, roast chicken with a vermicelli stuffing surrounded by roasted vegetables and of course, the Moroccan bread that accompanies every meal. After stuffing ourselves it was time to say goodbye to our hosts and make the trek ...
... br> It is beyond the time Mohammed promised to bring my jacket and John’s shoes. I was starting to get worried and I sat in the lobby waiting for my delivery. Finally the man came with the jacket but no shoes. “I wasn’t told about the shoes.” “Please call Mohammed. He promised to deliver the slippers with the jacket.” “I wasn’t told about slippers.” “Can’t you please ...