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... size of its minaret. It towers over the area and displays its amazing tile work for all to see. Coming from a Roman Catholic family, I began to compare the square outside to St. Peter's in Rome and found the mosque to be nit only comparable but possibly larger. Learning that entirety of the mosque was constructed in only six years became more and more remarkable as we went on our tour. The entire ...
... of markets we missed. Looking back. I probably could have done without this!
We entered the market behind concrete walls to find a confusing, and I have to admit, a bit frightening winding path through the flea market. An elderly man latched on to us right away guiding us through the market asking what we were looking for. At first we saw him as a bit of a threat, the “come to my shop” guy. As we passed through the ...
... we were in a hurry to catch a cab (as we needed to catch a train to our next city Fez). We quickly negotiated a price and were on our way. On the way back we asked how much and the cabbie pointed to his meter. Duh!!!!! We over paid on the way to the Mosque by double which was only $5 but a reminder and initiation that we are now in Morocco Dorothy, not Kansas anymore. Keep one hand on your passport, one hand on your wallet, and one hand on your daughter. How many hands was that? Off to ...
... the large amount of construction and size of Dubai. The freeways are superb with lots of ribbon intertwining, but there does not seem to be a direct route, and there is a lot of construction on the road system. As we were running a little late, our driver said that he would need to "catch up". As the speed limit is 130 kms on most freeways, I expected that we might go a little over this. But when the speedometer hit between 170 and 180 I became a bit ...
... for dinner. The place was very beautiful with awesome carvings and colors all over the walls. We ordered some food and drinks and had a chat with the other people from the tour. I had a tagine again, which was even better than last night, and Darren had a chicken pastilla, which was like a pastry filled with chicken stuff. The dynamic of the group was very strange and it made us a bit nervous of how the group was going to ...
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