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... accommodation and meals. It was delightful lunch of Meatball Tagine and Chicken Cous Cous.
All very content from our delicious lunch we travelled back down the mountain and over to the Volubilis ruins. These amazing Roman ruins date to the 3rd century BC, just way too old for us to even comprehend. The ancient mosaics where fascinating as were the large structures which stand so strong and have a ...
... a closed door. Admitting defeat we returned to a collection of cafés where we enjoyed a coffee and an almond biscuit served by men in laboratory coats.
After we exited the Kasbah I turned towards the ocean having been driven mad by the unseen sounds of breaking waves. We crested the hill and face a choppy grey Atlantic. Moroccans were playing soccer on the beach and surfing the rough waves. A few of them caught waves that surged down the river ...
... entertainers drawing a small crowd and a couple of beggars.
We walked across the square and turned left towards the souk and suddenly we were in the narrowest of streets that had only ever been designed for a donkey and cart. We were shoulder to shoulder, back to back and front to front, all at the same time...population density, one person per sq ft! As we didn't need any more clothing, we hung right as soon as we could and then ...
... noise we had just left behind.
I was given a ridiculously large suite (with an upstairs and downstairs) adjacent to the courtyard and fountain and told that I could take dinner upstairs on the terrace if I chose. I made plans to meet Khalid at 9 the next day and with that I climbed five very steep floors to the top of the Riad, sat down and ordered a glass of wine. A few minutes later, an Aussie tour guide came over to chat and later introduced me to the two women ...
... checking quality and price, refusing or buying - just how it´s supposed to be. Besides that we also had a while to admire one of the most impressive monumental gateways in all of Morocco – Bab el-Mansour. Before entering the souks we just passed the Dar Jamaï museum without visiting it due to lack of time.
What called our attention was the fact that there were much more tourists than in Fez. In fact Meknes reminded us much more Marrakech than ...
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