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... amp; the rest of the group went to an artisan jeweller where the ladies fell in love with a lot of the stock. Then lastly went to a traditional pharmacy which was really quite cool seeing all the remedies and cures that have been used for over a 1000 years. While everyone carried on with the jewellery & the pharmacy I (Katie) and Kate (a friend from our group) went to have Hamam together. It was the most amazing, relaxing experience! Hamam is a Moroccan ritual that ...
... entrance point, we must make at least 25 different turns and zig zags until we come to a relatively nondescript door that looks like nothing special. The door itself is 8 feet tall, and penetrates a wall that appears to be approximately 25 feet in height.
Nothing could prepare you for the incredibly beautiful scene that greets us upon entry to this beautiful private home, owned by a very wealthy family in Fez. The enormous columns create a stunning ...
... was the stable. Designed to house over 3000 horses it was considered a mid-sized cavalry outpost. Each horse was attended by three grooms. Unfortunately the roof of this building had been damaged by the Lisbon earthquake in the 1700s which tore down many of the old structures in Morocco despite the considerable distance from the epicentre. It's still impressive. Lauren and I both found the descriptions of the logistics that these buildings required far ...
... 120 families work there. They all equally split the profit they make from their items each week. After viewing the tannery they took us to their large shop where they sold just about everything that could be made out of leather. I didn't buy anything, and they didn't push us to buy anything which was nice. After that they took us to a shop where they make scarves, djellaba, and other clothing. They wrapped us ...
... Citadel. A former military fort town further established by the French for their military needs in the 1860’s, it today has a nice coexistence of the old fort ramparts with the new Riads, Hotels and broad roads. Lodged at Riad Casa Lila, which is situated bang on the narrow streets leading up to the Jewish part of the old town, I found it friendly, clean and spacious. Rashid parked me with some mint tea while he dealt with a guest checking out. The Riad is close to the ...