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... available to us - brightly patterned ceramics, metalwork, acres of textiles in rainbows of pattern and colour, spices piled high in pyramids, lanterns of every shape, size and colour, the glass reflecting pools of shimmering colours onto the streets outside. It was not only our eyes that enjoyed the gluttony, our noses too were invited into the melee. Smoke hung in the air as marinaded meat sizzled and spat on skewers and griddles, the scent of freshly naked bread ...
... but they were pretty shy, avoided the big guy trying to sell us antiques and then were back on the road.
Lunch was a quick stop by the side of the road before we hit Marrakech. Some of the girls decided to do a bit of Aerobics while the lads played some footie. After lunch a few kids had gathered around and Darren was showing off his footie tricks and playing with them. We took some photo’s and had a laugh when ...
Another mosque, this time in Marrakech - not quite as beautiful as the last, but much older and with lovely gardens. We viewed the Misque just from the outside, as Friday is the day of prayer. We moved on to the palace, where we were treated to another feast of mosaics and decorative architecture. Walls, floors and ceilings are all decorated in coordinated colours, along with beautiful wood carvings. All the buildings in Marrakech must be built in shades of ...
... since arriving, I love a good tagine but I believe you can have too much of a good thing. After three days in the desert something as simple as being able to wash my hair and nurse my sore bum as well as have a nice hot meal was heavenly.
An early start the next morning saw us heading to Fez. Our first stop of the day was certainly enough to wake us up as it saw us disembarking the bus and running through a tunnel carved into a mountainside as fast as we could to get through ...
... was probably out of reach pricewise to most Moroccans. But the price for our outstanding meal was far less than we would have paid in the US or anywhere in Europe, perhaps because there was no alcohol to be served. A meal here cost about five bucks; a rather outstanding bowl of Moroccan soup cost about a dollar. Incredible.
We took another pass through the square and watched other strange things going on, and then weaved our way through the souks as they were mostly closing ...