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... van, listened to it, confirmed there was nothing wrong with it, poured a bottle of what Mark and I call "giggle juice" into the tank, the stuff that cleans the fuel system, injectors, etc, suggested the problem was dirt in the diesel and charged us 30 Euro. We were happy to pay in the knowledge that we had it all sorted! I mean, a qualified Nissan technician is not going to be wrong, huh!
The next day we took the ferry to Greece ...
... road two lane road to Rabat. By this point I was exhausted from a very long day. Unfortunately, the drive was not that quick even though we only covering a short 60 km. distance. We ran into a mess of traffic leaving the city and outside the city, people seemed to believe that the posted speed limit was far too fast. EVERYONE seemed to be going far, far slower than was permitted.
We eventually pulled into Fez at 7:30 p.m., picked up my guide for the next ...
... she is one of the wives). The current king only has one wife (even though it is possible that there are others in the imperial palace). Met in the medina for a camel burger, a bit like lamb with lots of spices. Afternoon drive to volubisis where there are roman ruins, similar mosaics and things that would have been seen in Pompeii. Quite green, morocco pretty much is self sustaining, meat and large amounts if vegetables and fruits. Water ...
... Ismail. And that was just Meknes. Then we headed to Volubilis. Now we’re talking old. The Romans settled here around the 3rd century BC and it is easy to see why. Good location to defend, good source of water, fertile land. Just awesome. Of course, it’s all in ruins now but it’s in amazingly good condition. It is said that the Arc de Triumph in Paris is a copy of the one here ...
... next village, they bid farewell and disappear into the fields, so I quickly duck into an orchard for another quick parkbench session dedicated to my last town before exploring this next one.
Qulut is on ridge off to the side, and although I do have a clear deadline, I figure I should go ahead and explore it—and I’m glad I do. It’s actually a pretty active little village, with fellow chilling out in a scruffy ...
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