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... amp; seeing their horses. Well we were very naive about that!! It turned out the place could cater for 2,500 people! You walked into a mammoth complex past all people led up on a red carpet! There were heaps of luxurious tents which held about 100 people. We were then served dinner which was soup, lamb shanks, couscous with chicken & vegetables then a sweet & fruit. During this, groups of people came ...
... Clear warm sunny day and we took our tour guide's advice and enjoyed a seafood lunch at the cafe Sinatra on the second floor of a building giving us gorgeous views along the distant coastline. After lunch we visited the relatively new Hassan 2nd mosque built only 10 years ago at a cost of $835US to build. It is the 3rd largest mosque I the world so was really impressive perched on a rocky outcrop over the Atlantic Ocean. ...
... br> Another product that nearly every country seems to have is their natural product for improving sexual experience. Here in Morocca they have a root called Ma****t, which they call Moroccan viagra. The pharmacist who was explaining everything to us, told us, “you last much longer, use it one hour before your match” (interesting terminology!).
After the pharmacy, we walked over to visit the Bahia Palace and Gardens. This was built in ...
... for its huge souks.
Galli explains to us that the huge square is the center of commerce in the city, and it is transformed every night into a huge collection of food stalls, which offer a little bit of everything, and are primarily patronized by the locals. It is fascinating to walk through this huge expanse of several hundred food stalls, each with small tables and chairs in front for enjoying the local cuisine.
... There are three primary Berber dialects, and none of the have anything to do with Arabic. They were primarily spoken languages, but 5 years ago they have agreed on a standard written form of the standard Berber language (melds the 3 dialects together).
The third official language is French. The country was colonized by the French from 1912 to 1956. The Spanish also controlled the Mediterranean coast during that time, as well as the southwest ...