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Last night when I was deciding what to do, I got talked into going on a day trip organised through my hostel with someone from my hostel and some other hostels. I was just in the middle of planning my next move which had about 4 options to it, one being to fly to London early. Another was to wait another day in Fez and go to Chefchaouen on a day day trip or for a night. However I didn't want to waste my time in Fez because I was sick of the place now. I got quite ...
... I cannot be absolutely sure, but I’m probably right in assuming that no police report was taken, no arrests were made, no DNA swabs by CSI were collected. You are not in Kansas anymore.
We had lunch and went back to our Western style hotel. We left the following day, making our way slowly to our final Moroccan destination – Casablanca – having one stop left along the way – the capital city of Rabat, one of the most conservative cities in ...
Before writing about how we spent our first day in Meknes, Morocco, I wanted to mention that last night when we arrived, a gift was waiting for Zalie. Zalie's boys had arranged for a bottle of wine and a card to be given to her for Mothers Day. Well done boys, lots of brownie points in the bag for that one! So, our first full day in Morocco... where to begin? I woke to the hauntingly beautiful sound of the call to prayer. Looking out at a small section of the city of ...
... was ok, but then I reminded him that I was not going to buy anything today. He acted so disappointed and said something like "...after all I just showed you?" Again, I said that I told him at the beginning I said I wasn't going to buy anything. He said I was right and that he is honest, and he totally backed off.
One way I was able to extricate ourselves from the carpet sellers grasp was to say we were hungry and wanted lunch. Of course, he had ...
... a guide and we let him explain about the place. One handsome stallion, muscular and with a shiny coat, stood by the entrance.
We missed the festival last week, the guide said, with hundreds of horses doing performances. He showed us the granaries and the enormous arched stables. Actually, the stables used to be covered by a roof until the 1755 Lisbon earthquake. All that is left now, are the arches. But we got a ...