Riad Dar Skalli
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Great stay in a traditional Riad
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... had stayed in the medina that day had some colleagues in Morocco on a work assignment, so they came to dinner as well. One was from London and the other was French-born but lived in the Bay Area in the US for several years and now lives in Senegal. So we had a very international group, with people born on almost every continent represented.
The restaurant we went to was called Dar Tajine and was a private home that was converted into a restaurant on the middle floor of ...
... 5 stars are decoration rather than a rating. At 4.00 we went to the modern shopping area and walked another 100 Kms until we sat down for some coffee- Geoff hadn't had his coffee fix & some Moroccan Mint tea. We all had to meet the bus by 6.00 or catch a taxi back. Amazing amazing everyone was there on time! Some people are going out tonight but we are having a quiet night as we have to leave by 7.00 tomorrow morning to go to the ferry back to ...
... one week in a very contained area where I could really study the children. I saw boredom and mischievousness and bullying but I saw very little genuine fun. Caleb pulled out his Rainbow Loom set on the last night. I knew this would be novel to the local children as I hadn't seen any of the elastic bands anywhere in the souks. We began to make bracelets with the football regulars (Sofien, "The Italian", "toothpick boy", ...
... so we were told by Cathy. I tried a date and orange blossom milk drink which was delicious. We shared some tapas and a salmon tagine for dinner (the latter was quite tasty but served luke warm?? - apparently, that was intended).
Wandered the streets of Fes el-Bali after dinner taking photos as the streets lit up. It was close to 2100. There was an important soccer game on tv that mesmerised the locals and we walked ...
... tanneries, which are a remarkable sight, and smell. They give you sprigs of mint to hold under your nose to ward off the worst of it (pigeon leavings are a key component of the hide treatment process). Elias bailed, but the rest of us stood and watched the process of stripping, curing, and drying the hides from cows, goats, and sheep.
In subsequent days we relaxed, wandered the market, and got lost once or twice in the maze, then made tracks for Chefchaouen to the ...