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... the potteries, to see them making all these pots, plates and urns we have seen around, we saw how they chip the tiles to make these mosaics, no wonder they last forever, they have been baked 2-3 times before they are even thought of being laid out in patterns
We watched them painting the art work on various plate’s and things, all very interesting
Everything we saw was for sale and ...
... clay tagine dishes, were enormous and on a very hot day, just too heavy for us for a lunch meal. From here on in, we opted for just salads for our meal, although they were often huge as well.
Meknes, like most old cities of Morocco, is very much set up for the tourist industry. As we crossed the white hot plaza of the Place Lalla Aouda in front of the huge city walls, lines of horse drawn vehicles queued under two pathetically shadeless small ...
... the desert!
... Intangible Heritage of Humanity. Throughout the day and night, it goes through a series of changes. During the day, the square is full of orange juice sellers, snake charmers, chained barberry apes, boxers, water sellers in colourful costumes with traditional leather water bags and brass cups and women hawking henna tattoos. At night, the square is transformed with dancers, musicians, story tellers, magicians, pedlars of traditional medicine and busy, steaming ...
... city and ornamental orange trees line the streets, very pretty.
Edible orange tree are also grown in the area we are travelling through.
i'm really peed off because I actually wrote a two page blog as we were driving along and I
erased it. (Lucky you). So now I'm trying to remember everything Mohammed told us, or me, as the girls slept.
The Atlas Mountain range run through Morocco and down to Algiers and onto Tunisia. A ...