Le Petit Prince Bivouac
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... called her back and she ignored it, so the Moroccan boy grabbed her and pulled her in, but earlier he had been stood looking out the window with her and just touched her face as to say r u ok? He didn't know her, but it's so nice there seems to be a mutual love for children here and everyone looks after them. Parents don't think get off my child you paedo like they do in England. England has filled us all with fear and negativity and it's ****! I want my children to not be afraid of ...
... br> Centuries-old mosques beautifully decorated. Leather tanneries that produce finest Morrocan products. Its enclosed and claustrophobic but it is not dingy. Its insular and dirty in parts but
it is not smelly.
It's a place unlike any other and I thoroughly recommend it to travellers.
Republished from http://klhealthmag.blog.com/2013/01/20/ a-little-bit-of-fes-magic/
... a little money in Moroccan art and then sell it in big cities like Zurich and New York where rich people but it for six times as much as you bought it for. He said that carpets are a great way to get rich quick. He offered to show me some carpets the next day. Conveniently, he told me, I had arrived in Morocco during a handicraft exposition. I said that I would love to see the carpets, but have neither the interest nor the means to purchase a $1,000 ...
... it's okay here. I mean we don't have a problem with it but .." Well he clearly had!
Anyway, I walked around for a bit and as I was getting out the man who asked me for 10 dhs, came out of the toilet, call me and asked me how it was in a very rude abrupt manner. I told him it was good and then he asked me for more money. I blatantly refused and also told him he was not giving me a very good image of this place!
I headed back towards ...
... essential if you are not to get lost. We hired an excellent guide and saw amazing portions of this city. During our lunch break, I was not feeling well and so I sat in a small unnamed square just watching the world go by. I saw donkeys wander by carrying propane tanks, make shift BBQs grilling up lunch, and shop keepers sitting outside their stores looking at the sky and making small talk with their competitors. I could see how not much could change in their peaceful ...