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... but it was awesome none-the-less. Nothing like riding a horse.
Next was the blue city called Chefchaouen. It's powder-blue buildings mirror the cloudless Moroccan sky - but religious rather than stylistic reasons are behind the design choice. Jewish teachings suggest that by dyeing thread with tekhelel (an ancient natural dye) and weaving it into prayer shawls, people would be reminded of God’s power. The memory of this ...
... 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 ...
... them for ransom in his 60000 capacity subterranean prison. (see fordors.com this time) There are many cruel stories attributed to that Sultan.
Next to the stables was the Agdal Basin, a man made lake fed by a complex system of irrigation channels some 25 kms long. Water was used for the gardens and pleasure of the Sultan.
We made a little loop and ended up riding ...
... I mean it was Eastern Europe....who the hell knew what was really going in the tank! We switched off the engine and restarted it.....twice. It worked.
A week later we took a ferry from Croatia to Italy, where we found a Nissan dealer. We showed them the "Engine Warning Light" symbol in the handbook, because it is like going to the doctor...the obvious symptoms are never there when you need them to be. Still, the technicians fired ...
... down from 480 Dirham to 200, but he wasn't willing to drop the the 130 I wanted to pay, so I walked away. Apparently the souqs in Fes and Marrakech are the best place for bargains, so I'll wait a bit whilst honing my bargaining skills. Nothing like a good haggle to get the blood flowing! Lunch was a picnic, cobbled together from purchases made at a local Carre Fore as well as a delicious Moroccan bakery. Unfortunately we had to eat it outside, which ...