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Some bought rugs, furniture coverings, a couple (including Joe) bought a jacket kind of thing, they looked warm, but felt vey coarse, but they were happy with them,
While we were there they bought out a kebab each, not bad, lots of meat, no salad stuff it them though, this was washed down with mint tea (just mint in hot water)
... end of the Decumanus Maximus is the smaller but very elegant Tingis Gate.
From here it was also possible to obtain excellent views of the white city of Moulay Idriss which was perched, clinging to an impossibly steep side of a nearby mountain.
Like the Arch of Caracalla, the basilica is largely reconstructed. It was used for the administration of justice and the governance of the city. Completed in the early 3rd ...
... that we would be hassled by "faux guides", that they could get aggressive, all the usual blah-de-blah!
... at the end of this year. 131 turbines will dot the deserts landscape.
After lunch we're on the road again.......oooops .......naughty Solyman ........caught by a speed camera with a Gendarmes hiding behind a tree! This time I noticed the Gendarmes are carrying guns! No running away from them!
At the top of the mountains is the town and ski resort of Ifrane. It is 1665 metres in altitude
and is very busy due ...
... We venture through a small door from where we hear childrens' voices. This is a Koranic school. The children who are three and four year old are just charming. They sing a few little songs for us before we move on. They have been taught to say goodbye in many languages and complete the list with "Aussie, Aussie, Aussie, Oi, Oi, Oi!" I'm not sure how this fits into the Koranic syllabus, but I loved ...