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... tourists in mini shorts and singlets, as we had done our research prior to coming expecting to cover up. However, we are slowly realising that they are fairly relaxed here when it comes to tourists.
- Tea (black tea with mint in Morocco is like the staple drink – most locals drink it all throughout the day instead of water). It is served in a beautiful silver Arabic style teapot with small, decorated glass ...
... long before the sun could affect things. As before, the views were superb if a little hazy. For the first time, we managed to see our ultimate goal, Mt. Toubkal. There was a bit of a breeze at the top so we didn’t hang around long. The descent took us back down to the same level we started at but was more challenging than the ascent because of the amount of scree. It was very difficult to keep our footing and everyone fell over at least once including ...
... then set off. It was only a short walk upstream before we stopped for lunch at a small farm where our porters loaded up the mules whilst we ate. Our lunch was simple but nice. Fresh fruit and veg, mackerel like fish and soup. I just hope i don’t get the *****! Being adventurous as i am, i even tried some mint tea and what’s more, i liked it! Somehow i doubt it will be similar to the tea back home and i don’t want to start making a habit of it! By now ...
... off with the butcher grabbing a group of chicken and tying their feet together. Once they were all tied together, you could see the look of terror in their eyes, as they knew what was coming next. The butcher would then cut their throats, which led to a lot of ...
So apparently I spent most of the night in between the mattress and the way in a crack beside the bed. At half nine we headed downstairs for some brilliant free breakfast: eggs, potato caked, pikelet things, cinnamon swirls and morroccan bread. We headed out to walk round the souks which are just a labyrinth of streets a couple of metres wide, undercover and with bamboo covered roofs. As Tim pointed out there are only about 5 kinds of shops: fabric, ceramic, light, shoe, bag ...