Riad Bibtia Italia
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... famous, at the oldest tapas bar in Madrid, José Louis. 32. After enjoying a delicious meal cooked on an open wood-fire, we thought it was quite dramatic when the fire alarm went off. That was nothing compared to the drama that ensued when local kids threw rotten eggs in to the restaurant and ran off! Free entertainment, luckily we were just shy of the egg projectory. (Lisbon, Portugal). 33. Ducking into Gibraltar from nearby Algeciras (Spain) and chowing down on ...
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We arrive to Mezourga after 12 hours by bus. When we arrive, the bereber ( the people who lives in a desert ) lend us a camel for each one. Then, we and our camels start a route to dunes of the desert. Two hours later we arrive to haima's ( is a place in a desert like a big camping tent where the people eat and sleep ). Around midnight the berebers talked about histories of the desert wolfs and ...
Morooco....mmmm....different....we have seen a lot of different cultures in our travels around the world.....but landing in Marrakesh really put us "out there"......on the taxi ride from the airport we went down Mohamed VI street...the longest street in Africa...16 kms long....all the buildings looked like large sand castles made at the beach and tinted a light red....when we got to our rihad ( which is like a large mansion with a courtyard in the middle) our taxi driver banged on ...
... in a much nicer surrounding. We were pretty annoyed they charged nearly twice the price though, obviously trying to take advantage of the tour. As we were enjoying our lunch we had musicians coming out to play for us at the end they asked for a tip. We found there were often people offering things to try get a tip here or there. We then headed off to climb the hill to the waterfall. It was a pretty steep climb and ...
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