Le Petit Prince Bivouac
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... and always admiring the beautiful light. In the evenings, shop keepers cover their stalls with wooden shudders and sweep the streets clean. Children and young men turn the neighbourhood alley into a football pitch in the light of the moon. The cafés host the sound of drums and traditional Gnawa music. It is a mixture of African, Berber, and Arabic religious songs and rhythms joining music and acrobatic dancing. The young male players, dressed in sweats, ...
... 17, 17); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;">End date: 23/07/13
What was great: Tour around the Medina, tiny kittens, mint tea
What was not great: lack of ...
... we felt his tour guiding was enough for one day.
We continued on and found a quieter area of the Medina where we could look at the products and not feel hassled all time, it was much more pleasant. We bought a tagine, so I plan to do lots of Moroccan cooking in it.
We relaxed in the evening with a group from the hostel, with numerous pots of mint tea! The choice of drink here!
Sunday 23rd December 2012
We thought today we would head out of ...
... to take a picture, the guards outside it were whistling and saying no, and a boy walked past saying no no. So we have no idea what it is, don't think it's the kings palace as that was somewhere else, but something to do with the army apparently that ur not allowed to take photos of!! So I walked off bit confused but happy all the same, then we came to the main road and turning right was then going to take us towards the town centre. So we looked back to remember where we needed to go ...
... any issues with border patrol in Gibraltar so I figured we´d be ok to enter Africa. I got through without hesitation but they stopped to question Steve. (He´s got a newer passport so that might have been what caused the red flag.) Luckily, Spain is really relaxed so we simply explained that no one bothered when we got off our ship in Malaga and he just noted that we should have looked for someone to officially note that we entered the country. The second ...