Le Chevalier Solitaire
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... every souk around the country as a pony-tailed, English, Arabic, Hebrew, French and Yiddish speaking racounteur (always with rich tourists in tow). Our ten day trip will include the major regions of Morocco including the more Westernized major cities like Marrakech, Casablanca, Fez and Meknes, the Atlas Mountain region where Berbers and Jews lived together in rural villages for centuries before the Arabs arrived in the area, and the Sahara Desert. The ...
... chicken came out and when I saw it, and saw Jed's face I switched with him. It must be the heat! But I honestly totally forgot that he usually gets chicken and I don't actually enjoy it as much as red meat! We stopped off at a small desert village just before we got to the Camels. We had 1/2 hour to waste so Ali took us on a tour of the markets! There were sooo many fresh dates, the stalls under the sun are cheaper where as the ones under cover are expensive!! This was more a ...
... including the hosts and entertainment
... 6 years old. She has several other children but the father has those since they seem to be older and more valuable (marriageable or old enough to work). Apparently she chooses to live out in the middle of nowhere in a few cobbled together shelters, but I'm not sure how much choice she had in the matter. Now she allows some guides to visit, and we had some of her tea and peanuts while Hamid and another guide fixed her clothesline and played with ...
Yesterday on the bus, I wasn't sure I really wanted to get up at 4:00 AM to see the sunrise. Really? Is it that big of a deal? People began to ask about riding a camel up the dunes instead of walking. Khalid said Gate 1 doesn't offer the camel rides; liability issues and all. Before leaving the USA, neither of us had any interest in riding a camel; we both thought it would be a cheesy tourist trap. But yesterday on the bus people were ...