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... point, and he was being a bit stern. No idea what it was about but the men definitely rule the land around here. She was nice though as she smiled at me cos I was smiling at her daughter and saying hello. The godfather man got off at Casablanca as did the German boy. The woman then moved down and the man on the end was playing a game wi her and creeping up with his hand then grabbing her hand, she was laughing and loved it, she then was toddling around and went out into the corridor, ...
Then there is the architecture. From the outside, the buildings are plain and decrepit. But go inside and what a difference. Marvellous tiling, spledid wooden cielings, exotic
lighting and fragrant food.
Start venturing into the medina and delight in the friendliness of the people, the excitement of what lies around the next corner and the magical atmosphere that imbues the whole ...
... right in the middle of Fes, the former living quarters of Moroccan royalty. The place was being fixed up, even as he was giving me a tour of it. After the tour this guy and I got a traditional Moroccan meal of roasted chicken and rice.
After this, I accepted his offer to watch a football match and get some Moroccan beer and wine. During this time, the guy was telling me all about how he acquired his fortune. It's easy, he said, you just have ...
When I walked in, I ask how much it was and was told by a man at the entrance 10 dhs so I paid him and got inside. Once inside a guy came up to me and wanted to be my guide - thanks but no thanks. A typical Jew looking guy standing a few yards away and once that "guide" walked off, told me that I did a good job getting rid of him because he is not allowed to get in with his Keffieh. He even told me he would have ended up at the police station. The ...
... time, it was transferring government powers to Rabit. This lead to the slow decline of the Medina and if it was not for the UNESCO declaring it a World Heritage site, important parts of the Medina would have collapsed. New life is also being breathed into it by the development of the Riad market for tourists, taking a page from its provincial cousins in Marrakesh.
There are no maps of the 9,400 streets, alleys and dead ends that make up the Medina: so a ...