Riad Fez Yamanda
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- Continental Breakfast
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... thousands. They use pigeon poo and have for centuries so the place is quite odiferous, that's a nice way of saying it stinks. Really it's not too bad but when you go,you are given a handful of mint to neutralise the odour. Actually the place has just been partially restored and cleaned up significantly and apparently it's not as smelly as it used be. The price to visit is that you have to go through one of lots of leather shops that do a pretty good ************ ...
Finally, we reached Fez (Fes), my primary target for this journey. It's home to the Sufi Music Festival, which opened during our stay there. While the evening concerts were wonderful (especially the final night with a Issawa performance that moved everyone in attendance and capped off our stay.
An Issawa? you may ask. Basically a Sufi Rave! At least that's what Greg, our leader and guide to all thing Sufi, led us to believe. And I do believe! ...
... next. I called dibs on going in the back of someone's ute, just for the story. A tourist bus pulled up and ended up taking us to Marrakech. So an 8 hour trip turned into a 12 hour one. It had been a long day. When I arrived in Marrakech I was pleasantly greeted by the hostel workers who made me feel right at home. They sat me down, poured me a cup of delicious tea, and gave me biscuits. When you have had a long day traveling and someone is this kind and considerate to you, there ...
... look into it from above." I figured it would be similar to the tanneries on our tour from the day before where there would be a shop or restaurant that we could go to the roof of and see into the mausoleum. So we said yes, knowing that it may cost us a few dirhams.
We set off with him, with him speaking in French and our friend translating to English. We first wrapped around the building we were in, taking a narrow path up and around. Then we continued on another ...
... leather and only use natural dyes on the leather, i thought i might actually vomit, both Sarah and myself had to take a few slow deep breaths and sniff a lot on this sprig of mint. Sarah told me when we made our way down that she had a great laugh at me when she looked over only to see me with my whole sprig of mint actually up my nose. After a necessary purchase of a camel leather satchel bag we made our way out, stuffy air never smelt better. After a ...