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... camel meat for sale, the men waking around with several live chickens where one can buy one and have any one of the butchers kill and defeather them for you, the fish and meat out for sale not on ice or in any fridge - the one thing for whatever reason had me gag a bit was seeing some brains or intestines out along side some cow tongues - just surprised me I guess. There are many places where services are offered and not things for sales such as - ...
... was very tasty. Then we tried some fava bean soup. This was nice (kind of like a hummus soup) which was really spicy.
We then went to a carpet making cooperative run by UNESCO and the government for widows of Fes. All the people in the Medina rely on their trade and have no healthcare, insurance or bank accounts. Instead they invest all their money in carpets and silverware and ...
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 ...
... from live snails and turtles to the greatest variety of grains and spices that you'd see anywhere. Butchers will sell you a donkey hoof or a unrefrigerated slab of meat. The poultry guy will let you pick a chook or a pigeon and kill it, prepare it and package it while you wait. And, of course it's the sounds and smells that complete the experience. It's impossible to accurately describe them.
We leave for the blue and white town of Chefchaquen in a couple of days. ...
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 ...