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... bowls of about ten veges cooked in a variety of ways to share. The beet root, aubergine and corguette were particularly good, others included carrots, beans and lentils. All delicious. The pie was a surprise. Really sweet and served with sugar. Very nice though. The house itself was impressive. From the outside nothing to look at but on the inside huge and intricately ...
... about not believing my eyes when I saw the goats in the trees. One of them rustled up a guidebook and turned to a photo of a dozen goats standing in the branches of a giant argan tree. Proof that I have not lost my mind.
The German group left the train in Casablanca. We had a series of compartment mates for short periods. One lady, with small child, was feeling miserable and sneezing and coughing. I did feel ...
... 24x7, and at a cost of US$800million, but thought to have really cost several times that. It is a stunning building that accommodates 25,000 worshippers and is built almost entirely from Moroccan materials, with the exception of the Italian chandeliers and Italian marble columns. The mosque was built by levying a special tax on Moroccans to commemorate the ...
... a Nissan dealer....in Meknes! Believing it was Saturday and businesses shut at midday, we drove into Meknes again....without breakfast, unaccompanied by the orange light for a change....maybe it has weekends off! I had typed out the whole problem and then copied and pasted it into Google Translate. It regurgitated it all in French.
We found Sicar Auto, the Nissan (Mercedes and Honda) people in Meknes and I placed the ...
... and 20 minutes later we reached the top of a plateau and saw the ruins of Volubilis in off to the right.
At the site, I made a quick trip to the bathroom before meeting my guide, and to my horror … it was not a squat toilet. What the heck? If you have followed my previous blogs, you know I have a bit of an obsession with squat toilets. Typically at locations outside of hotels in the middle east you would find squat toilets. However, it seems like the ...
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