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... land. Warned to drive defensively in Morocco, I don’t think we were even surprised when four, frisky donkeys, legs kicking caused another emergency stop. Stopping briefly in the busy town of Al Jadida we found ourselves in a rickety shack that looked like it should’ve have been condemned. But the pleasant owner of the internet cafe?, sat us on tatty chairs in front of dusty computers that were just balancing on wonky desks and couldn’t have been more helpful. ...
... expensive stuff in the UK at about £30 a bottle but i’d already got a bargain in Fez so didn’t buy anything.
We rocked up late at our next bush camp which we called "Meteor crater camp". The road we were meant to take seemed to have been hit by a crater (or maybe just a sink hole) so we ended up camped by the hole. While we waited for dinner we spotted a small scorpion so then proceeded to be a little bit jumpy ...
... months for these woman to make one average size rug. These rugs will last a lifetime, the more they are washed the softer they become. I had seen similar rugs made in other countries such as Turkey, and been told to beware of the man selling the magic carpets. These rugs regardless of how well they are made are usually more of an investment and more than I could easily pay. After this tour I was taken inside to see the finished products, and of course to haggle with a expert ...
... with monkeys, snake charmers, henna artists, motorbikes horns, the evening call of prayer, smells of food cooking, smells of donkey manure, street vendors advertising their wares, people begging and pick pockets lurking every two metres all rolled into one.
Behind the square was a maze of tiny alleys and souks selling every product you could possibly imagine. The colours from all the brightly painted tagines, slippers and scarves just so vivid and vibrant.
I loved ...
... a small haven in the middle of a chaotic city.
We were then served a lovely homemade beef stew. Shortly after we went to bed after a very tiring day! It all seemed like a strange dream which i don't know whether to laugh or cry about.
Then in the morning we were woken by the morning chorus of birds in the courtyard on a exquisite sunny morning which made everything seem so much less ...