Angsana Riads Collection Morocco - Riad Bab Firdaus
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... a tagine. It is all lovely but does contain some challenges such as lamb's brain and cow liver. I have a little go at both. They would be very good but I've still got to get over the "yuck" factor with offal. For the main we have Tangia, the local speciality for two people. It is lamb cooked in a sealed urn. It is far too much, especially after all those starters and we do not really do it ...
... month. The sacred night is the 27th day of the ninth month. This is believed to be the night that the revelation of the Quran began to be given to the prophet.
The end of Ramadan is marked by the small feast – aid. The big feast is celebrated to commemorate Abraham’s plan to sacrifice his son (they believe this son was Ishmael, instead of Isaac, as Christians and Jews believe), which is a month or more later than the end of Ramadan. ...
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... a popular park where locals hang out, play soccer, and sit by the lake. I saw an adorable group of puppies there.
On the other nights that I stayed with Adil I enjoyed talking to Jake, his cousin, who is studying for a masters in economics in Morocco. I got to enjoy homemade tagine, made by Jake, and homemade cous cous, made by Adil’s neighbors.
After Marrakech, I woke up early and bought a train ticket to Fes, another old city in Morocco that’s about seven hours ...
... December where 3 of my friends had their purses stolen on the train, I felt 100% safer in the crowded square of Morocco than I did in a European Capital.
The next day, we started it the same way we did yesterday, with a breakfast on behalf of our Riad. When I say breakfast, I'm talking boiled eggs, traditional bread, cakes, oranges, cereal, yogurt and more. Great way to start the day. Today was one of the best days as we dived into the very depths of the Souqs, in which you ...