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... sharpened any object that was brought to him. He worked out of a small space, less than 50 square feet, and turned a granite stone with his bare foot to sharpen against. People bring him a variety of things, from hand knives to scissors to hatchets and he sharpens them against the granite stone. He has been at that spot sharpening for over 40 years and he had a confidence in his craft but also a sweetness in interacting with us that made us like him right away. We watched people come ...
We took a 'Petite Taxi' in to the new part of Fes - the one created in the 20th century. It was a whopping $1.50 CND to take us for the 15 minute drive. The taxi's here are totally non-stop meaning when they drop off they all seem to have multiple people wanting to get in for a ride. Many times we have seen the taxi driver ask how many and where too and they will either accept the ride or move on to look for another option.
We were taken a back a little as ...
... walking all morning a camel burger was not on the top of mind to pick - but Christine helped me get over it and order it - while Caleb got a yummy lamb burger. The food came and Christine tried the camel as did I. Really it tasted like sausages we eat often at home in part to the spices used. We got home early evening and hardly needed much food later on. We relaxed at our place and spent some time on the ...
Today we slept in. It was a free day of the tour so we weren't really missing anything. Abdul knocked on the door at one stage to let us know that if we wanted to continue with the others on the longer tour it was going to cost us €385 each, even though we would be leaving earlier. So as we couldn't afford that much, we decided we'd have to just do the shorter one, which meant we'd be leaving the next day! That kinda sucked, but at least we wouldn't be alone - the young brothers ...
... types: farming implements, household chests, infant carriages, decorative balconies...the list goes on. The most impressive is probably the wooden lutes which have been inlaid with wood of all different colours. We end our tour with a visit to the roof terrace where we are promised lovely views of the city, well they got the views of the city bit right.
Wood tour over and we are getting into our stride, just the Medersa left to visit. We follow the plan ...