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... road. After a couple of hard landings we learned however how to negotiate such obstacles with this car: speed. When taken with enough speed, you pretty much fly over the bumps and holes without hitting anything. Of course this causes more stress on your suspension and tires, but we're quite confident both will hold. Our new technique came too late however for the exhaust: seems we already gave it another hole judging by the very ...
... used to grow a lot of olives, it fell about 285 and the Romans never took it back because of its remoteness and it just never seemed worth the trouble in the cost of troops
After wandering around here for a couple of hours it was back to the truck, it seemed rather pointless to me coming here, I have seen better ruins with a lot more history attached and ...
... 8217;s (yes 1300 years ago). With over nine thousand streets including hundreds of dead ends, we had our local guide in front and Said at the rear to ensure no one got lost, we were in good hands. We just loved winding our way through the residential areas then along to the fruit and vegetable markets, we were never hassled and whilst there were a few hawkers around the entrance to the medina, once inside we were left to enjoy our ...
TOWARD FES AND SIDI ENCHAHED (LAKE ENCHAHED)
The scenery toward Fes was stunning; a panorama of patchwork quilted broad acre wheat and barley farms, the cream-yellow of the harvested barley plots contrasting sharply with the brilliant green ripening wheat.
Small villages with street stalls selling smoky grilled kebabs and recently murdered hung sheep, flashed by as we sped toward Fes. We could have been back in Pakistan or far ...
... hawk and he dared not do it again - final fare Dh 20.20. We gave him Dh23. We're not tight - just don't want to be "scammed".