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... as if you've been catapulted into an exotic story book. It's an entertainers paradise. The square is filled with snake charmers, musicians, acrobats, fire jugglers, women offering henna and stalls selling the most beautiful fresh orange juice. If you visit the market in the evening you can also overhear the storytellers and watch the magicians. If you wind through the main bazaar into the souks you will find everything, from leather to carpets, lanterns and more ...
... showers and washed our clothes in the sink. Whilst i was doing mine, Dave came out of the shower and slipped on the tiled floor. It was a cracking fall and he cut his elbow in the process meaning we had to fetch our resident nurse, Louise, to patch him up. He has had a right day with numerous slips today coming down the mountain but this topped the lot. Tea was prepared whilst we watched the sun going down from the terrace and we dried our clothes and chatted in ...
... and on the way back just in case, we walked down past the mosque to the old medina and into the souk. This was risky given the unpredictable nature of our large intestines, but in fact it turned out to be a lot of fun. Alan was not so amused. We gave ourselves up to the souk as the guide books suggest - just be prepared to get lost and when you're ready to leave, pay a small boy and he will bring you out! Glad to say we did ...
... The stall we chose was run by a friendly family who seemed very pleased to have us dine at their restuarant. After our meal they tried to keep us around by offering us endless amounts of free mint tea. This was a lovely way to end our time in Morocco after a testing month. Before returning to our hotel we soaked up the atmosphere by returning to the souqs to witness locals busily buying new clothes for their children to wear on Eid.
... carriage, a horse and buggy carrying nothing, everything, or just a giant empty jug, and PEOPLE. people everywhere. people from everywhere. people going to everywhere. people who want to show you how to get everywhere, which is nice because this city is a labyrinth. alleys winding every which way and no which way... hopefully will be able to post some pictues and write more detailed stories later... but have to get ready for the desert trek tomorrow....