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... 90 percent of the population). He seems very nice. There's only 7 of us on this tour. The last couple are from the UK. Haven't chatted with them yet. Hopefully there'll be plenty of room on the bus and we can have a seat each. Then we had a traditional dinner at the hotel. Harissa soup with bread, chicken and vegetable tagine and fresh fruit. All very nice. Then off to the bedroom to repack the suitcase. Heading off at 8.30am ...
... airport (about 45 min journey). Of course I was early (very!). No surprises there. Had to do a little reshuffle of my suitcase to get it down to 20kg. Overloaded my daypack but got everything in ok. Including the handbag. Only 1 piece of hand luggage on Easyjet flights. The flight to Morocco was around 3 hours and was fine. The seats were quite comfy and a bit lower to the ground so all ...
We left the shop, paid our guide and then surprise surprise the young lad was there with his hand out and told him to talk to the guide - he was not impressed but too bad!
By this time we had enough and decided to head home for an early tea so that we can capture the sunset in the square. We had pretty much been walking all day. As we were walking back through tiny meandering ally ways we had ...
... the tea is a very important ritual and can take up to five minutes to prepare. They drink it with huge amounts of sugar and is so sweet.
Here we stay in Riads, which are hotels now, but used to be homes for one family, they have the balconies facing inwards towards the centre of the house.
Chefchaouen to Fes
On our drive to Fes, we saw so many sights of everyday life here that were new to ...
... out at once. There was blood all over the floor that he only occasionally rinsed away with a bucket of water. Next, the dead/dying chickens were dunked in hot water. (Like a deep fryer.) I couldn’t see everything, but I imagine it’s similar to when ...