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... largest pilgrimage. Abdul, the owner of the site in Moulay Idriss made us very welcome with mint tea every morning, (I’ve lost count how many times, I’ve by WD"> pretended to like the stuff in order not to offend) and the best Tagine which he served to us with a bow as we dined in the evening sun.
Just up the hill the holy village of Sidi Ali, (said to be the Muslim equivalent of Lourdes) is the source of the bottled ...
... see anyway. It was cold & overcast when I arrived in Bilbao around 10 in
the morning, but the sun came out & by about 4 or 5pm, it was in the mid 30s.
It was surprising how quickly it warmed up & nice to experience some hot
weather, after having cold weather in France.
The next day I
caught a train to Plentzia, a nearby seaside town. Because of repairs being
done on the railway, I had to go by train to Sopela & then by bus the ...
... and you couldn't even move a bicycle through there, let alone a car.
Chefchaounen is often called the "blue city" I read that this town was painted blue by the Jewish Refugees who ...
... barrels, leaving the top 10% air so that the sherry can form a protective crust of yeast which lasts for 5 years, which stops the sherry from being in contact with the air and keeps its sharp golden colour and also enhancing the flavour. Then for the best part… the tasting! We got two tastings as part of our tour, one sweet and one dry white sherry, but I took upon myself to order a third and glad I did as it was the best yet it ...
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