Le Petit Prince Bivouac
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking
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We were awoken around 5AM when the first call to prayer occurs. It seemed rather long and also served as a wake up call for the roosters who appear to love amongst many of our neighbors. Simohammed advised that the first prayer is to help wake people up and think of Allah first thing. Luckily we all fell back asleep. Before you knew it, Hadija was back at our home and making breakfast in the kitchen. Part of the stay includes Hadija making breakfasts each day ...
... seating and boarding so it didn't impact us but when we got on board we found out why. We were flying with Ryan Air and as first timers did not realise that everybody else on the plane did not have assigned seats, so it was like seagulls to a stray hot chip at the beach. Moral of the story is we highly recommend paying the additional fee.
Arrival into Fes was as to be as expected. A tiny little cement shack in the middle of nowhere. We stepped onto ...
... on the building until its finished. Understandably, there's virtually no grass and little vegetation to bind the soil. Streets are unpaved and dust is all pervasive. We passed through Ouarzazarte, an area where Atlas Studios has made numerous movies including scenes from Lawrence of Arabia, The Man Who Would Be King and Babel.
A blight on the landscape are the plastic bags! For hundreds of kilometres in this upland desert environment there are probably millions ...
... about the medina was how old dusty winding alleys would suddenly open up to large colorful beautiful schools or mosques. The contrast of the color and detail of these “hidden” places to the typical dirty and disheveled environment of the public areas of the media only added to the wonder of coming across them. ...
... of Fes) As always, I find charm in the markets, especially the traditional stalls. During these three hours we pass craftsmen beating bowls from metal, carving wood for furniture, hand sewing garments, weaving fabric, dying fabric, making knives from bone and steel and creating elaborate and opulent wedding furniture that is rented through a wedding planner. Then there are women doing the finer tasks; embroidering and weaving carpets. Public bakeries operate as ...