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... Karyn bought a couple hunks of beef, and a hunk of beef fat, which the butcher ground into hamburger with a lot of added spices.
The Meat Seller then spreads this Hamburger Mixture ...
... this day was lunch. Faoud took us to s besutiful restaurant, however, it was full of mostly large groups of tourists. More on this later. There was not much choice on the menu ... Just a few items and we had not yet got into sharing mode. There was a lovely Moroccan salad ... A number of small appetizers like green beans, lentils, tomatoes, olives, each in its own small dish, followed by tagines. The food was good, however, we paid, ...
... the fare and buy new tickets. But to our surprise he just stamped them and signed them with tomorrow's date. No fee for the change at all, even though the train had already left that day at 8am, and it was now 2pm! We went back to the Riad and tried to get Jed's temperature down...a cold shower and me using my "ibiza rocks" fan helped a little. I headed out in search of powerade or something with electrolytes in....all the chemists were shut and ...
... half. At another meat stall, a man was skinning some sort of animal. There were live chickens, and the usual hungry cats.
It was quite crowded, and before long, the cart guy was out of sight. The young man kept going uphill. My mouth was getting drier and drier. He stopped, obviously looking for the cart man. Then I found out that he didn't know where the Riad was located. What kind of a guide is this guy? I was getting angry.
We backtracked as he made a call. We found ...
... as well as the growth of cultural faciltiies and restoration of the old buildings of Fes.
During the 19th century, a fragmented Morocco was at the mercy of European influence. Central power crumbled and Fes had to share its capital status with the city of Marrakech.
It was in Fes on 30th March 1912 that the Treaty introducing Spanish and French protectorates over Morocco was signed, resulting in a violent rebellion ...