Dar Hala

Medina, Fez Old Town, Fes, Morocco | Hotel

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MTB ride with Fred

A travel blog entry by debbie.chung


... I was going to get my camel burger after all so we went on to Cafe Clock. This is a franchise as there was also a Cafe Clock in Marrakech and I had seen their advertisement for Camel burgers. It was like any other Grill'd burger really, in taste and in price! Debbie had felafels with hummus and tabbouleh. Her date and almond milk shake tasted better than my banana shake. Dinner cost MAD195 ($27).

I'm booked to ride again tomorrow!


Chefchaoeun to Fes

A travel blog entry by leanneroles


... on a slight rise overlooking green verdant fields. Really beautiful setting. We walked around the site with another Hamid guiding us and telling us the history and interesting stories about the structure and the beautifully preserved mosaic murals. We started out dry but the rain started to spit down halfway round and worked its way up to a drizzle for the last section. Bit of a challenged holding an umbrella and trying to take photos at ...

Won't Haggle???

A travel blog entry by mushbird25


... shops, bustling with people and donkeys. We were taken to the local tanneries to be shown how the leather is made. On entry we were given mint sprigs to try and mask the smell of rotting meat. The men work in horrible conditions putting leather into water baths to dye the leather. It did make us appreciate the effort that goes into making our leather bags although I still wasn’t willing to pay 100 for a carpet bag!!


Moroccan Hammam

A travel blog entry by kyajade


... cool, and added a bit of atmosphere. We ordered our food, and most of the group got camel burgers! The food was very nice, and I got a nice iced mint tea, and Darren got a warm sweet almond milk. There were more prayers while we were there, and some people got some desserts too. We all had a good chat, and at one stage Abdul was telling us about the laws around polygamy in the Muslim culture. We learnt that you are allowed to have up to four wives, as long as you get written ...

Morocco - Fes

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... After that we went to the Mellah sector, which is the Jewish sector in Fez, but it actually seemed very similar to the rest of the city. Then we were very close to the gate of the Royal Palace, so we took a few pictures over there. We could see that every city has a royal palace. We were also said that there was a Parliamentary Monarchy in Morocco, however, everything still depends on the king.

Then it was quite late and we felt we had been ...


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