Riad Al Nour
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... that we offer a better price. We refused. He persisted. We began to leave and the man grabbed Matthew's hand and tried pulling him back into the room. Matthew yanked his hand away and told him the price was too high and we were leaving. At this point the man had become noticeably irate. I started power-walking back to the entrance with Matthew guaranteeing our escape behind me. The man LITERALLY chased us and then screamed that he would accept our ...
... hawking such wares as spices, scarves, carpets, silverware, leather goods, metal works, etc. The people in the shops are inviting, but not too pushy ("too" being the operative word). Stops for mint tea, water, and/or coffee are highly recommended (invariably you will be joined by the "Chats des la Maison" during your rest break, looking for a scrap of whatever food you are willing to spare them). Our shopping complete, it was now time to return to our hotel, where four of us ...
... and was bright blue. I loved seeing the small tents of the local nomads peppering the landscape amongst the Argan and Orange trees. Even more cute were the herds of small black and white goats who have a penchant for climbing the trees and just chilling in the branches.
Due to the snow closed roads it took us a full 11 and a half hours to reach our destination, a small Berbour nomad campsite. I had been expecting to sleep in tents on the ground but instead we found ...
... Better yet, avoid all offers for help unless you ask for it. If you ask for it they never charge, it’s the Moroccan way.
We found our way to the market and the fruit stalls. We bought a big bag of apples, pears, bananas, pomegranates and some kind of North African melon. My objective was to spend about 50 Dirhams, around five Euros, on fruit, but failed. We have enough fruit for a week and some of it will rot, but we couldn’t spend five Euros. This is my kind of ...
... have particular genres they like or instruments they admire or brash mixes they disagree with whereas I can happily listen to anything on a loop for hours. My sister has an absolutely inflexible opinion of good sound; anything that isn't a vocaloid with mournful lyrics and loud enough to crack marble pillars isn't worth listening to apparently. Oh and My Chemical Romance, that will pass as well. But my only objection is to a small group of heavy metal bands of ...