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TOWARD FES AND SIDI ENCHAHED (LAKE ENCHAHED)
The scenery toward Fes was stunning; a panorama of patchwork quilted broad acre wheat and barley farms, the cream-yellow of the harvested barley plots contrasting sharply with the brilliant green ripening wheat.
Small villages with street stalls selling smoky grilled kebabs and recently murdered hung sheep, flashed by as we sped toward Fes. We could have been back in Pakistan or far ...
Marrakech, Essaouira, March 9 to 16th, 2014 In the early evening, as darkness falls, we arrive in Marrakesh, one of four Imperial cities in the Kingdom of Morocco. We load our bags on the local bus which transports us to Bab Doukala, the entrance to La Medina or the old city. We are met by our French hostess. After a greeting with a kiss to each cheek, she hunches into her wholly sweater, pulled tight for warmth against the cool evening and guides us through ...
... more than four hours, so it was time to notify my physician. We caught her totally off guard, and she was a good sport and we had some great laughs. Zuhair suggested we read "Married to a Bedouin" by Marguerite van Geldermalsen, who is a New Zealand born nurse, who lived in a cave and raised a family with a local Bedouin in Petra. Holly already bought the book.
We boarded our jet for the almost seven ...
... The few valleys with water had plantations of oranges and a few rows of grapes. By lunch we were in Oazzane at a roadside motel It is still Ramadan and are waiting for the Imam to declare it over, when he sees the first sliver of a new moon, could be in the next few days! The view coming into Chefchaouen, which is set on very rocky hills with a rapidly running river cutting ...
We had the longest day today travelling two hours from Marbella to Tarifa to sail to Morocco.. A great view of the Rock of Gibraltar and skirted Tangier on the Moroccan side They warned us that it was a 30 Moroccan minute sailing which could be rough,but it was easy peasy. I am very surprised as I was expecting dry barren land, but the whole long way there were endless fields of all sorts ...