Riad el Amine Fes
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... and in life.
By chance a bit later after the game had broken up, Caleb was ready to leave and a new boy wanted to play so he hit the ball out of Caleb's hand and it got him on the nose and Caleb's nose began to bleed. We did not have any kleenex or anything so we started helping Caleb plug his nose and Christine ended up buying some from a guy selling them on the street close by. Caleb took a seat on a rock and in no time there was an audience of 7+ kids ...
... The women carried tons of things over the border and looked like pack mules.
I was completely overwhelmed with how different everything looked.
It was pretty late now, and we still had a while in the bus. The roads in Morocco are all up in the hills and are narrow, windy, and steep. I felt super car sick and was glad when we finally made it to the hotel. We had a little free time, then we ate dinner. It was good food - all ...
... and the only bubbly to be had was a few cans of cold Casablanca beer. Traditional New Year's Eve? No, but a memorable one.
The guidebooks spoke of the hospitality of the Moroccan people and the guidebooks were correct. Everywhere we went we were greated with smiles, questions, lots of advice and pats on the back. When we checked into our riad in Fez, Aolia and Rashid, the caretakers welcomed us with open arms and ...
This morning we had a 7am start as we had an 8 hour drive to Fez. Unfortunately I forgot to take my travel sickness pill the night before so had to take it in the morning which resulted in me being really drowsy and sleeping for a lot of the journey.
To kill some time Matt taught myself and Jess how to play cribbage which was pretty ************ the back of a truck on some pretty bad roads. The ...
... There is no way to describe the size and enormity of this area. There are 9000 alleys! Needless to say, our guide, Mohamed led us thru first street in the medina which was 800 years old and some of the alleys. We saw original crafts such as brass bowls as they were done in the middle ages. Today however, women also perform these crafts. It is very difficult to describe walking around the medina. Pictures to follow although they will not capture the spirit. ...