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... outside the Palace. The restaurant is a restored wealthy family home with an indoor courtyard. Lovely food again, and as usual we eat way too much. MoMo then decides that we should go and see the three story shop called The Govt. This I'm sure is on his list of commission, but we are keen for a look. At The Govt the prices are fixed so there is no bartering at all. So many things to see. Everything you can think of. I got a pair of sandals and ...
Down to breakfast by 9.20am today and only part of crew to make it. Everyone else is clearly tired from yesterday and have opted to miss breakfast. Back up to our room and we turn on the TV to try and catch some news from BBC, and do some diary and blog writing. Down to the pool for another ...
... and so off we went through lots more narrow streets. We could tell that we had reached the Tannery by the strong aroma. The Tannery has been in operation since the 11th century (1000+) years and it surely smelt that way. Sheep, Goat and Cattle skins are processed in the very traditional way to leather. With the holiday time in Morocco, only few workers were there. All the colours are natural dyes from plants and soil. The "lovely" smell was due to the ...
... freezing ..... I thought the desert didn't get cold??
We were all feeling a bit seedy today, mainly from all the red wine but also the hard as rock beds and we knew we were not going to be feeling much better off later as today was Camel riding day!!!! On the way we stopped off to have a play on a giant sand dune,its was a climb to the top but cool to be up so high and see other camp sites dotted all over the desert in the distance.
August 11th: After sleeping in the first decent bed in over a week, Cam and I checked out of our Seville hostel and left our bags in the luggage room, as we were going on a walking tour of the city. On the walking tour, we walked past Alfalfa (which are underground roman ruins, opened only once a year), the supposed biggest Cathedral in all of Europe (as St Peters Basilica and St Paul's don't count as real Cathedrals) which has Christopher Columbus' remains inside, Plaza de Espana ...