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... starting to fade so i went back to the hotel while the others went to the Medina and, by the sounds of things, spent lots of money! They brought me back a little bottle of argan oil for cooking. As much as it really wasn't Fes' fault I was sick I am not sure I would go back to Fes. What we saw was very pretty and the people we interacted with seemed nice enough, but there was something that put me off slightly, probably just being a bit ...
... our item for next to nothing but the way we got there seemed like the most challenging way to buy anything. From household items to groceries, negotiating is a way of life in Morocco.
By the end of our trip to the continent of Africa we felt like pros maneuvering around town and the market. We knew a few phrases in French and Arabic and could get by communicating with the locals. At the same time it was time to go home and oddly stepping off the plane in ...
Meknes was in its full glory as an imperial city during the reign of Moulay Ismail, successor and brother of Moulay ar-Rashid, founder of the Alaouite dynasty. Moulay Ismail made Meknes his capital. He constructed 25 kilometers of imposing city walls, built monumental gates, numerous edifices, massive gardens, more mosques and an enormous palace complex which sadly was never completed. Moulay Ismail's greatest legacy however was the founding ...
... the boondocks.
... into the back of a stone cave. Most homes in the medina don’t have the luxury of an oven, so bread, cakes and other food requiring baking are taken to the local neighbourhood oven. We purchase two flat breads and return home to enjoy warm fresh yeasty bread with honey and strong dark coffee. Exploration of the city is an experience. It is an old fortified city, packed with vendors and stalls, surrounded by modern neighbourhoods. We confidently head into ...