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... items they needed sharpened, then negotiate with him over price, before dropping them off and continuing on their business. It was not something you see every day and we found his charming smile and the pleasure that he took in his work completely enchanting. If only we had something that needed sharpening.
Next we headed to the wood carver, another man of over 80 who has a small woodshop storefront in the El Aouadine quarter, which is known for selling wooden objects. ...
... Ah - Las Vegas". It was a full on mall with three levels and yes escalators. Caleb and I watched a family help am elderly lady who was dressed in a full length outfit onto it - maybe it was her first time. As we were watching this we noticed a lady totally wipe out at the top - maybe her first time too :) People who know us know that malls are not our thing but it was nice in terms of familiarity ...
... and visits this one maybe 3 or 4 times a year. The owner of the tour enterprise is a photographer and was proud to show us a picture of him and the King. He had a huge picture of the old Fez on a billboard display with the King inputted on it by this fellow via Photoshop.
The king was anointed the Prince in waiting at age 4.
We also drove around the new Fez but it being a Friday at midday (their holy day) the roads were full of traffic as those who ...
... with their fingers - see video. The carpets were coloured with vegetable dyes. The markets included a camel butcher. We were told the meat was like steak but sweeter. There was a video of a lady making a savoury pastry - medfouna.
The afternoon was spent in the riad for some quiet time. I ventured back to the food market to purchase 2 Moroccan Burgers (spiced chicken mince and merguez with onion in a flat round bun AUD$1.40). We ate this on the riad terrace with a glass of Rose.
... time! Well worth the inconvenience of a bit of dampness.
On the way to Fes we stopped for a brief drive around Meknes. Meknes has the third largest medina in Morocco. It was built by one of the kings who was not well liked by his people and who thought he needed a lot of protection from them. So the royal palace is inside its own wall and then surrounded by the medina wall. Now you can actually drive between the two walls which ...