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... using green tea from China, rose geraniums, verbena, and mint. The unique way is to give the tea a one minute rinse with one cup of hot water and save this, then a three minute soak with one cup of hot water and discard this very bitter water, then add all the herbs and cook for a few minutes after adding back the first one cup of soak water. Then pour into glasses from as high as your arm can do comfortably for three reasons. To ...
... briefly at the top to photograph the canyon and winding road below which, Mark told us, was used for a recent Escalade commercial.
Continuing on toward Marrakesh, we stopped to explore picturesque Ait Ben Haddou, a four century old casbah built on a steep hillside. This citadel is the setting for scenes from several famous movies including The Man who Would be King, The Gladiator and Lawrence of Arabia. We climbed steep and ...
... was a smell of fish and fish and fish in the air. We ate finer food at the wonderful Umia with Moroccan wine and sometimes French brandy. Tough **** said the old man with grey hair and birthday lobster. It was so good we went back the next night. And one night we sat on the roof of Villa de L'O and watched the sun set beyond Africa into the Atlantic. We had watched it rise over Asia from the shores of Istanbul. It was time to go ...
It would have been 1975 and I would have been seventeen when I listened over and over again to Jackson Browne singing You say Morocco, and that makes me smile, and I allowed the song to become part of my being. I've been waiting forty years to get to Morocco I said to Gina. The Marrakesh Express took us to Marrakesh. We were joined by John and Sue who travelled all the way from Bendigo, Victoria, Australia to join us. We stayed in the finest of ...
... the main path towards Jebel Toubkal, but is also an important religious site. A mausoleum of the local saint attracts large number of believers and the path from Aremd to here is very busy from morning to late evening. The gentle valley, which allows for a comfortable and easy walk, ends here. The path that continues towards the two mountain huts beneath the peak is steeper and more demanding, but far from problematic if you are in a somewhat reasonable shape.