Youth Hostel Fes

18 Rue Abdeslam Seghrini, Ville Nouvelle, Fes, Morocco | Hostel

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Ancient Civilisations More Advanced Than India

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is


... the experience came from the setting. We were on a small and grassy hill surrounded by wheat farms that crept up onto the slopes of large hills, themselves abutting the Middle Atlas mountain. Olive trees were rife, especially near the Moroccan village of Moulay Idriss perched on a single hill a few kilometres away. The houses were all whitewashed and stood out against the dull green of the olives plantations. A fresh breeze brought crisp air to us as we meandered ...

Magic of Morocco

A travel blog entry by carinamary


... to find our way out. I felt like I was in a movie, it was terrific! I don't know how to describe it really,except it was a maze of twisting alleyways lined with workshops, shops and people...they had everything there...but I didn't buy anything!!! I know that will suprise you all!

Anyway, we are about to set off now to see some caves where families live, so must finish. More on the magic of Morocco when time permits


Post-Visit: Connecting the Ancient Cities

A travel blog entry by nathanphil


... city which I’m determined to get a closer look at. But I’m hampered by a deep gully, a stream, thornbushes, and thick carrizo cane. After a couple attempts I find myself trapped in someone’s farm plot with a dog barking at me from a nearby house. If I were in the USA, I’d be feeling pretty nervous about now… but this is Morocco… people don’t mind folks trespassing on their property… right?

As I look for a way ...

Lets get a Fes! (Nicky)

A travel blog entry by wrightsofnapier


... walked back to our riad and Ollie and I got Fes's for 30 dm. It took 10minutes through the medina to get back to the riad. We read in our nice riad for a while. Then we went to clock cafe for dinner. The clock Cafe was in the medina and in mums book it said that going in the medina at night was bad business. 'You only see the occasional person. You could easily be robbed so stay away from alleyways and these roads.......'. When got out, ...


A travel blog entry by jkloewen

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... usually use your right hand to eat. Hassan also took us to a cafe to use the wifi. There are never any women at the cafes. The only time we saw women at a cafe, was either at a tourist cafe, or it is a very special cafe where couples go. Jess was the only woman in the one we went to, but she didn't mind. The Moroccan men can sit for hours at the cafes and do nothing. This goes well with the "Moroccian time" thing I mentioned in the last blog, but I think it would drive North ...


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