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Travel Blogs from Fes
... Sam’s comment: For the record we were psyched by this meal, as it was somewhere we would never think to go, and things we would never know how to order. The lunch ended up being exactly what we wanted in a Moroccan lunch- somewhere the locals regularly ate. And so cheap too!) We ate so much here we ended up not ...
... of Fes) As always, I find charm in the markets, especially the traditional stalls. During these three hours we pass craftsmen beating bowls from metal, carving wood for furniture, hand sewing garments, weaving fabric, dying fabric, making knives from bone and steel and creating elaborate and opulent wedding furniture that is rented through a wedding planner. Then there are women doing the finer tasks; embroidering and weaving carpets. Public bakeries operate as ...
... Mohammed VI whose seven bronze doors and
detailed mosaics were particularly impressive. We crossed the road
and had a look around the Jewish Cemetery which was interesting to
see. Fez has around 1.2million inhabitants and around 200 Jewish
families. From here we went to the outskirts the South (Bourg) to get
some incredible views of Fes Medina. This was so worthwhile. We could
see the ...
... countryside and the buildings became quite slum type and looked very shabby, many of which were not even completed. The rubbish beside the road looked awful.
The vastness of the barren countryside stood out and I wonder how the poor farmer in this country makes a living under such conditions. We came across more olive trees and saw many people riding donkeys, some loaded with gear from the local village and some travelling with their small flocks of sheep or herds ...