Dar El Ma
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... a flea market, you will see the same stuff repeatedly and they want your tourism money. The first price is extremely high, and they expect you to counter. It's an interesting way to trade goods, but needs to be done with everything. Room, food, transportation and services. There are few places that dont barter. The city hosts a huge mosque and university inside ...
... hours touring the Medinah, strolling down so many different alleys, stopping to speak with shopkeepers, and see different portions of the city. We really enjoyed seeing the different architectural features of this highly unusual city, and took so many different photos in an effort to remember much of what we experienced. Two of the highlights were the tour of an old madrassah which was built in 1327, as well as an old university. Both were incredibly ...
... but watching men trudge about in that filth is a little soul destroying.
We opted out of lunch. Not due to the scenes we had just witnessed, but because we had been taken to another pricey restaurant. Instead we settled on a chick pea baguette from a stall tucked into a corner. Vegetarian definitely seemed like the safest option after seeing camels' heads hanging from hooks in the butcher stalls. Camel was delicious, but the flies coating ...
... of its remoteness and indefensibility on the south-western side of the Roman Empire. Volubilis continued to be occupied for at least another 700 years, first as a Latinised Christian community and then as an early Islamic settlement. In the late 8th century, it became the seat of Idris ibn Abdullah, the founder of the Indrisid dynasty and state of Morocco.
By the end of the 11th century Volubilis was abandoned and the seat of power ...
... 230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">We popped our heads into a dark doorway and were invited into a room full of school kids aged about 5 - 7. We were encouraged to take a photo before being asked for some money for food and clothing for the children...of course.....yeah right! Bet the kids see nothing of the Dh15 we handed over!