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... salad: lettuce, tomato, cucumbers, vinegar & oil dressing with pepper. It was good though. The food coming out to the other tables looked good. We were don't eating and still hadn't gotten our tea. When the server came up again, I asked about it, and he said it was coming. Uh, yeah. When?
Thus far, I was not impressed. Finally, the tea came. We each got a...hmm...I guess I'd call it a mug of mint tea, full of mint leaves--not the usual pot of ...
... two tall walls again. We'd get glimpses of crumbling remnants of the old palace. About 5 or 6 storks had made nests on them.
We drove through another set of gates and passed the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum near a sign for the Royal Golf Course. .
Habs Kara (Prison of the Christian Slaves)
Across the plaza, was the subterranean prison. Rows of round vents protruded on the plaza. We went to ...
... van, listened to it, confirmed there was nothing wrong with it, poured a bottle of what Mark and I call "giggle juice" into the tank, the stuff that cleans the fuel system, injectors, etc, suggested the problem was dirt in the diesel and charged us 30 Euro. We were happy to pay in the knowledge that we had it all sorted! I mean, a qualified Nissan technician is not going to be wrong, huh!
The next day we took the ferry to Greece ...
... 54F!!). But the nice thing is that we were able to have our lunch sitting outside the walls of Volubilus, a Roman Ruins site that we toured afterwards. Volubilus is the best preserved archeological site in Morocco, and was declared a Unesco World Heritage site in 1997. The site is massive, and there is still about half of it left to excavate. Following the tour, we headed to Fes where we are staying for two nights. For supper we went to a family home ...
... with car parked, we hailed yet another fellow to bring a cart over and hall my luggage down through the narrow alleys that made up the Medina. Khalid, Kareem and I chased behind the fellow as he weaved in and around vendors, people and cats (which were EVERYWHERE). And this Medina was not like the Medina in Rabat. This Medina was enormous (350,000 people live and work in the Medina), the alleyways gave new meaning to the word narrow, there were people and vendors everywhere, ...
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