Le Petit Prince Bivouac
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking
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... and get some of the oil off of us. Then it was time for the red mitt with spikes ... I lay down and he started to scrub my chest. It does not hurt per say but when he leaned in to it you definitely felt the roughness against your skin. He took my hand to my chest and got me to feel all of the dead skin that was being scrubbed off - who knew? I told Caleb to just ask the guy for less pressure before it was Caleb's turn. Ha...it started and Caleb smiled and put both arms ...
... my Riad. Relief yet again.
I was welcomed by Ibraham and Abdul with a cup of Moroccan whisky as they call it. It is actually strong, very sweet tea with a handful of mint leaves. One cup was more than enough.
I was eager to get to my room, dump my bags and hit the Medina. Fez is the medieval capital of Morocco, and a great city of high Islamic civilization. Fez has the best-preserved old city in the Arab world, the sprawling, ...
... place to get lost and found. We took them at their word and got hopelessly lost. There are more twists and blind turns than in a Tony Abbott policy statement. But it's so fascinating and unlike anything we've experienced before, Marrakech aside. There's just so much going on. Donkeys and horses laden with goods compete for space with shoppers in the narrow and often dimly lit alleyways. (Peter was hit by a donkey and I have a photo to prove it!) Food shops ...
... he helped me communicate my order to the cart guy, and so we had a sampler plate of Moroccan sweets with our tea. My favorite was the long “giraffe’s tongue” that (like most of them), was a sweet, almost doughy cookie cake with plenty of almond and honey favor.)
Fes is the oldest city in Morocco and it shows it's age. Our first visit was to the medina. A medina is the ancient market place where all the business happens. It is an amazing place.....but not a beautiful one. The narrow maze of streets mean you easily get lost and we had to keep close to our guide. There is rubbish everywhere, and no one seems to do anything about it. There is rotting material on ...