Riad Dar Skalli
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Great stay in a traditional Riad
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... place stunk, there was hundreds of vats with skins soaking, being pummelled and thrown everywhere,
Kallem told us how leather was made, (I don’t think you really want to know that though)
He showed us some fresh hides that were going to be made into jackets, bags, anything you can think of really,
Like a lot people we generally prefer to travel independently, enjoying the flexibility to linger longer, depart sooner, concentrate on the experiences that interest us and really get off the beaten track. We do however also recognise that there are some countries best visited with a guide and we are so pleased that we decided that for us, Morocco was one of these countries. We acknowledge we would have missed so much and that is, in the ...
... various types of Borj or towers.
From the north and south towers it is possible to obtain splendid panoramic views of the sprawling white city of Fes.
The Dar el-Makhzen or Royal Palace and its 80 hectares of palace grounds, is not open to the public and like other tourists, we settled for a view of the very fine Royal Palace main gate. Built in the 1960's, it is characterised by numerous symmetrically arranged doors and windows and rich ...
... medium; line-height: normal; -webkit-tap-highlight-color: rgba(26, 26, 26, 0.296875); -webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">He was well fidgety this chap and I was watching the meter fairly closely all the way. After a few minutes, his hand moved and it went from 6.20 to 10.80. I complained; he claimed not to understand, but now I was watching him ...
... Intangible Heritage of Humanity. Throughout the day and night, it goes through a series of changes. During the day, the square is full of orange juice sellers, snake charmers, chained barberry apes, boxers, water sellers in colourful costumes with traditional leather water bags and brass cups and women hawking henna tattoos. At night, the square is transformed with dancers, musicians, story tellers, magicians, pedlars of traditional medicine and busy, steaming ...