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... colours to the leather. While fascinating I can not imagine it being a great job to actually do and the long term health impacts for the people doing the work can not be great.
note: to view the tanneries you will need to go into one of the shops overlooking them as there is no way to see them otherwise. Apparently some shop owners expect you to buy something but others are more just thankful if you do. The one we picked seemed fine although we felt it appropriate ...
... the Merenid tombs set high above the Muslim tombs atop the hillside dating to the early founding days of Fez. We were planning to go up to the top to watch the lights of the Medina come on and hear the call to prayer, but it had clouded over and the wind had come up making it downright chilly by the tombs. We stopped for a quick picture and jumped back in the car. Too cold to stick around.
We drove down the hillside, pulled up to the Bab Bouojeloud (the Western gate ...
This past weekend, being our final one in and around Fes, we decided to pay one last visit to Ribat al-Kheir (the town where Pete served in the Peace Corps). After having spent our first visit happily accepting lunch, snack, dinner, and whatever you want to call the meal after dinner invitations we felt we needed some relaxing time in the countryside. Our first visit revolved around a lot of food. This time we wanted to experience the natural landscape and take a break from ...
... since in the Medina (old city) there are no supermarkets.
Now after some confusion because of the local system of streets we arrived at Bab Chems, one of the entrances to the medina, where we saw they were doing a concert, which is one of the largest in Morocco, the Music Festival of Arts.
Now we walk through Jdid Fez, which is the closest area to the royal palace, which is very similar to the Medina sector, many small markets ...
Today is more of a relaxed pace as we head off to visit the town of Sefrou. Its much smaller than Fez and only has a population of 40,000. The drive out is filled with fields of poppies and olives groves making it a very pleasant drive. We have a local guide but she does not speak English so Khaled comes with us today to translate. We meander through the medina that is a lot less chaotic than the one in Fez. It does ...