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... by hand. Small purchases were made and then it was on to the Medina walking tour. Our guide took us to the Tannery where leather is processed in the traditional way with no chemicals. The smell is not pleasant and I wondered how the workers coped, especially in the heat. There are large earthen vats where the soak and dye the skins. These vats, and the drying rack system have been in use since the 11th century, and they do look very ancient. Back through the leather shop ...
... 1962), The Living Daylights (1987), The Last Temptation of Christ (1988), The Mummy (1999), Gladiator (2000), Kingdom of Heaven (2005), Kundun (1997), Legionnaire (1998), Hanna (2011), and Salmon Fishing in the Yemen (2011) were shot here, as was part of the TV series Game of Thrones.
Mohammed informed us that the town had changed in recent years and that a significant part of its population now involved in supporting the film industry. ...
... was settled in, I watched the first television in six days and quickly learned that the American government had been shut down. Now I won't use this blog for a political commentary (those of you who know me well enough probably can guess my reaction), but REALLY AMERICA???? …. All I can say is … the rest of the world is laughing.
And with that, I opened a bottle of wine the front desk had sent up, put my feet up and toasted the fact that I was not home.
... Life here centers on the great "wadis" (rivers) which have created landscapes of canyons and gorges and oases with date palm groves. We decided while planning this trip that we would break from our normal routine and get a little deeper into local life and desolate territory. Through a friend, we were introduced to Peter, a Hollander living and traveling in Morocco for the past 30 years. He has been a resident for 10, married a Moroccan girl and runs ...
... front of it is an ugly makeshift tent and a banner reading “the former workers of this hotel are staging a legal protest. The hotel is still open for business, however.” It seems strange… although protests are common in Morocco, I’ve never seen one in the tourism sector—as it’s so easy for hotels just to fire people and hire new ones. It’s kind of a disturbing scene here in this very poor looking village. ...