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... the cases had to come off the bus as did the hand luggage, all to go through customs. Passports had to be stamped and forms filled in. What a hassle! Unfortunately putting the bags through scanner wasn't easy and one of the woman on the tour actually fell and the end result was that she broke her hip and had to leave the tour and return to the USA. The bags then had to go back on the bus. So here we go across the straits of Gibraltar to Morocco. The trip ...
... and got a quick tour. Everything was really expensive though so didn't even buy anything. Got lost for ages leaving so ended up doing a massive lap of the medina. Was 37 degrees and finally got to lunch at 3pm - roast chicken and rice, sooo good! Headed home afterwards for a shower and to change. Left again at 5pm once it was a bit cooler and went in search of a bag for Ing. Afterwards tried ...
... 14th century. There are 9,000 alleyways, 320 mosques, 270 Koranic schools, 35 synagogues and a half million people living in the Fez medina today. Our first stop was the King's Palace which has fabulous doors. There are seven doors made of beautifully carved cedar wood and covered in bronze. The bronze is cleaned with lemon juice! Next we went to the Jewish section (Mellah). The Jews came to Fez in the time of the Spanish ...
... into a tour bus, it drove us into town to start our tour around the Medina (market)
It is a labyrinth of alleys and small shops and very easy to get lost in so we stayed as a group
Our first stop was the Jewish cemetery (not sure why, but there you are) it was a very old place with some really strange looking burials, some dated back a couple of hundred years, possibly older, but it was ...
... town, which was starkly different from the old town I was staying in. Whereas the old town reminded me of Bahrain, the new town was obviously more updated and looked like a typical city. They had a shopping mall with all the typical European stores, and rows of cafes and restaurants. I actually ended up buying a Dylan CD at the mall to listen to in the car when I got back - 'The Basement Tapes', I highly recommend it.
This was a really cool experience. The primary low-light ...