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- Continental Breakfast
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... would be the place to meet and spend all day washing and drying while you have a natter.
The camp was above the village so going home was a bit of a trek. It was very scenic and pleasant village. Gayle was able to get beautiful silk threads here at a great price.
For us we are getting closer to Tanger and of course the crossing to Spain.
... The eye is supposed to ward off all evil, and the hand of Fatima that I bought had a eye with a beautiful blue color, just like the rest of "The Blue City" did.
The other thing I bought is called a Djellaba. It is a traditional unisex robe made out of sheep's wool. I bought a half of a Djellaba so I could use it as a sweatshirt for 15 euro's less than the original price after bargaining with the locals and decided it would be perfect to wear the next day when we were planning ...
... day. They said that the moroccan guy who had immediately accosted them when we had dropped them off in Erfoud had told them that the local bus going to Fez had broken down and there were no buses till the evening.....however fortune would have it that he owned a restaurant!!! They managed to give him the slip, ran to the bus station and got on a bus that was just leaving for Fez! Why are the natives so surprised that tourists are so wary of their invitations?
... alchemist, who lives in the oasis that the caravan is stopping at. There, they hear news of a tribal war and learn that the only safe place are the oasis, because they are considered neutral zones. Santiago meets Fatima, an oasis girl, and they immediately fall in love. However, Santiago has a vision of an invading army and runs to tell the head of the oasis that they are nor safe anymore.
... around involves negotiating a lot of steep stairs, which made things interesting for some of us. On arrival, I contacted our hostess, Helena, and we grabbed a pair of taxis for the Ras al Maa parking lot, at the upper end of the old medina. This put us directly on top of the river which provides the city with it’s drinking water; as we looked out over the river, the associated small waterfalls, and the valley floor below, we saw local women ...