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... into the parking lot for the site, which was filled with half a dozen tour buses and a handful of other cars. Traveling in November was proving to have the advantage of small crowds in addition to the more mild weather.
Our driver indicated that he knew a guide that spoke English and went and negotiated the price for us, which was 150 dirhams, or $17, for an hour tour for the four of us. We paid the admission into the site, which was 20 dirhams per person. Our guide was ...
... mosaics, plates, tanginess, tables actually anything you can think of that could be tiled they make. As you can imagine i was in heaven, we had a factory tour where we found out they still fire everything within a old fashioned kiln and burn olive pips to get it up to temperature of 1001 degrees celsius. After deliberating for a while we made our purchases and started to make our way back down the hill into the famous madina. As we entered we went through ...
... new, we really spend most of the day relaxing at the hostel and did not even head out until 4pm with two primary tasks in mind - to buy some of the local pointy shoes that Gabriella had seen on our first day here and also to enjoy a lovely last dinner at the Clock Cafe. Both tasks completed I guess that counts as a success.
Vouliblis is a famous roman (as in roman empire) site and this one in really in the far flung reaches of ...
... some women took us through some side streets into more side streets full of fish hanging from the ceiling and rows of trinkets out front. Upon arriving in the leather district we all divided and conquered. Amongst the men hassling us we found numerous purses and Moroccan footwear. Our last stop in the markets we got henna tattoos (don't worry they are only temporary). Everything in Morocco ...
... is no worry. Moments aren't anticipating the next, they're just walking, just sitting, and when they decide what to do next they'll do that.
These are comforting moments to me; The moments where I realize that all the anticipation, worry, planning and foreshadowing that sometimes overtake the moments in my life don't have to.
I like the moments where I'm dirty, hungry and timeless.
Who am I?
What do I find comfort ...