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... an extra night in Fez and either take the night train or one early the following day to get there. So the following morning I departed along with 3 other people from the Fes Medina. There was a 30 year old Brazilian from my hostel, a middle aged French man and a woman who was about to have grandkids from Lithuania. I thought they were all very weird however I came to find that a French national was very useful in French speaking Morocco. The Lithuanian women had ...
... For everyone we would meet it was the same tired joke - call the old guy Ali Baba, that well-known folk hero, but do it with warmth. Maybe he'll come into your shop.
"Ali Baba, where are you from?" "Ali Baba, have some tea!" "Ali Baba, look at my carpets."
I had started an earlier blog about our time in Marrakech. Never quite finished it, but I realized it was mostly about the hustlers we had to deal with. There was more to ...
... anything like this; so mild, soft and creamy! Samir met us at 8:30am to transfer us to our first tourist site, Mosque Hassan la Deuxieme. This is the 3rd largest mosque in the world and largest outside of Saudi Arabia. It was completed in 6 years and during Ramadan, holds 25,000 people inside and 25,000 outside. It was so beautiful! Next stop was the train station to ride to Meknes, our destination for the night, via Rick's Cafe for a quick photo of course. The train ...
... my sweet time. I had no interest in furthering his scam as a faux guide. I was told that if you are hassled or threatened, you can just tell them you'll contact the police. That will get them to leave you alone. I guess the police are pretty ******* these guys. Tourism is very important here.
Our salads came out, and we were a little disappointed. It was nothing like the other salads of the same name that we had gotten before. It was more of just ...
... so long.
The Sultan was a Cruel Dude
The guide laughingly explained that the Sultan had many many wives (a haram) and many many children. Afterward, we looked Mulay Ismail up and 'yes' he was prolific. Moulay Isma´l is alleged to have fathered a total of 867 children. He offered marriage to Louis XIV's beautiful daughter Marie Anne de Bourbon but she declined. Wiki lists 9 spouses:
1) Lalla ...
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