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"Ali Baba! Ali Baba!"
Now, it's true that walking though the markets in Morocco is like entering the Den Of The Forty Thieves. But I didn't expect the local merchants to issue clear warnings.
"Ali Baba! Ali Baba!"
Funny though. They didn't seem to be calling that to everyone. Mostly to me. Why me? I was already suspicious of the dishonesty about me - did I need special warnings?
And slowly we realized. I was being called Ali Baba because of my beard and ...
After a brief visit to Mausoleum of Mohammed V (the present king's father who had led to the country's independence from France in 1956) in Rabat, the political capital, we continued our journey to Meknès. Although founded in the tenth century by the Berber tribe Meknassis, Meknès had only reached its grandeur in the 17th century during the Alawite dynasty, and ...
... It sounded good, and it was close by, so we started to head out.
And there was the guy that brought us there. Ugggh. The carpet guy told him to take us there. I was thoroughly annoyed. The restaurant was just down the street. We got seated and saw a couple that had also been at the carpet store. Another couple was there as well.
We ordered Salade Variee and mint tea. Hunter thought the guy was still waiting for us. I was going ...
... 2) Lalla Aisha Mubarka
3) Lalla Umm al-Iz at-Taba [Umelez Ettaba]
4) Lalla Bilqis5) Khnata bent Bakkar
6) Lalla Halima as-Sufianiya [Hazezas]
7) a lady from the al-Taligiyya clan
8) Lalla Alwa
9) Mrs. Shaw, an Irishwoman
In order to intimidate rivals, Ismail ordered that his city walls be adorned with 10,000 heads of slain enemies. He would bring in prisoners captured by Barbary Pirates ...
Just in case you are wondering who the hell Peanut is, we renamed our van when we were at Bonterrapark in Benicassim. Seeing it parked amongst the multitude of giant motorhomes and struggling to find it on several occasions, we felt that "Peanut" was way more appropriate as a nickname.
So to our journey from Moulay Bousselham to Moulay Idriss, we had company for too much of the way, not company that we had sought nor company ...