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... for about 2 hours just chatting about our travels and sharing our stories. It was really cool and a huge amount of fun. Eventually we headed back to the hostel at midnight. The streets were completely empty where we were which was a little scary however we headed back up the top near the people and we're off the streets in the hostel without hassle. Off to Marrakech, will probably be a very long trip but how bad can it be. Still thinking about heading to London ...
... much is Monsieur prepared to spend?" And here we are again, back in the souk, haggling over artificial prices, but with the hovering image of some malnourished child being denied a chance to go to school all because I don't want to fling my dollars at something I don't actually need or want.
One clever shopkeeper in Meknes had an interesting angle. His dusty shop is filled with antiquaria. Old copper trays. Heavy wooden locks with oversize keys. Brass ...
... clean, lemony even, especially in the olives section. A very welcome tea spot overlooking the medina, which was lovely, but we're so hot and squeezed under any bit of shade we could get...and then in we went inside to the labyrinth of alley ways, where it was beautifully cool...past carpet shops, trendy Jean shops, shops where men were twisting threads and others sewing it directly into silk cloth, past hardware suppliers, into a butchers ...
... beans in nice sauce, Moroccan salad, potato salad and a few small beef kebabs.
Back at the hotel, we showered and then played cards on terrace at the pool. It had been a great day.
Another Try at the Medina
We made it back to the medina on a business day. We followed the Lonely Planet’s walking route through Medina. Surprisingly, we managed to stay on route. We entered ...
... in that section of the city he so generously opened his house to us so we could get a snap shot of everyday life. Coming across a lovely terrace which rewarded us with stunning views, and as luck would have it, a cafe, it wasn't long before a tray of pastries was before us.
Continuing along more sweeping laneways we emerged at the Andalusian Gardens. A gorgeous space with groups of students enjoying the serenity as they ...
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