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... Pete decide to 'grin and bear it' so as not to offend the cook as he eats a bowl of soup that a whole shaker of salt has just landed in. Cue water. (Hontanas, Spain) 18. Arriving into tiny town of Revenga to discover a little cart where locals offer up free cups of delicious sopa del ajo (garlic soup) to weary pilgrims. We had two cups each. (Revenga, Spain). 19. Enjoying the best 'menu del dia' of the camino at an amazing 'casa rural' called 'Molina Galoshes'. ...
Inspiring Jouneys around Morocco
Toubkal traveling is a tour with an adventurous slant, organising high-quality group mountain trekking and 4x4 tours in and around the Atlas Mountains and Sahara, as well as tailor-made holidays for individuals and private groups. Toubkal traveling is managed from Imlil area by people who are both passionate and knowledgeable about Morocco, exactly in Atlas Mountains, ...
The christmas holidays to 2010, I went to Marrakech and I visited diferent places, the first was:
The Place Jemaa el Fna is a central square at entrance to market in Marrakech. You can buy all types of things, from backpacks to dentures, snakes or anything else. Also, you can find a lot of types of food. The most popular is cuscus with spicy ingredients. There you can eat with fork and knife, but the tradition is ...
... and gullible....but we now had Yossif as our guide....he led us down back alleys...narrow side streets...some of which made Venice Streets look like highways.....he showed us schools where the Koran is taught....he showed us large wooden doors and explained that they had two sections....one for summer and a smaller section for winter so that the heat did not escape....that also had two door knockers that made two distinct sounds....one was for men and one for women...so the ...
... to Essouria so headed straight back out to the train station. The further we walked the worse the weather got. We ended up running in the rain and the locals were openly laughing at us. We got our tickets no trouble.
After a nice dinner we headed back towards our hotel. We started our walk back along a well lit and popular street at about 8pm. We were walking in a row - Ben, Belinda, Mike then Rach. As ...
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