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... but which after some haggling - was in my hands at 1600. Could you been lower - isn't that the feeling you have after every haggling? Perhaps 1300 Dirham was more like it. Hopefully Ma’m would like it and can show off to her certain German and British friends. Post script - after using it a couple of times, I can say it definitely was still sold high. First warning to you - products can be suspect. So that means higher price for a less than certain quality product.
... the group and haggling over prices is an exhausting business. With relief we come to the shop which is located right above the tannery where we take a short break. On entry we are given a bunch of mint, to hold to our noses to dissipate the smells of the tannery, which is made up a series of enormous vats, filled with water and dyes, where men work in appalling conditions, tanning and dyeing ...
After the ferry ride to Tanger, I had completely forgotten the process of arriving in a different country via ferry. I had disembarked and did not have my entry card. I had to rush back to the ferry, collect the card and get my passport stamped on the ferry. They possibly announced this on the ferry but as my Spanish is minimal and Arabic non existent. I missed the announcement. Finally I am allowed to enter Africa.
Finding a taxi was ...
... 17, 17); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;">End date: 23/07/13
What was great: Tour around the Medina, tiny kittens, mint tea
What was not great: lack of ...