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... we do have food under the floor we can call on to use, but even that has to be used sparingly
Bush camps, nope we don’t just stop and camp out, we try and find a wooded area away from view, but with plenty of firewood, its better using a campfire than gas, its faster for a start, and yes I do expect to lose weight on this trip, again, but I can afford to drop a few kilos anyway
"...Here's looking at you, kid." - Humphrey Bogart as Rick Blaine, Casablanca
For some odd reason, I had become very risk adverse by the time I hit Morocco. Despite a few bumps and bruises, a few bouts of travel sickness and a lot of exhaustion, the year has gone surprisingly well and surprisingly smoothly. I hit a point of general apathy with travel again and was in the home stretch...meaning I would have been more then content to hole up in a ...
Fes is supposed to be the spiritual heart of Morocco. An epitome of the trends and traditions that infuse and infest the history of this country. After today I can definitely see why. Our room permanently smells like a sewer. It is not totally my fault.
We were based in the new city, a modern section of cafés lining a long boulevard dotted with fountains and palm trees. While a pleasant location it doesn't ...
... Fes had better be frigg'n good....."
As the countryside improved, so did Mohammed. His English was in fact very good, and gradually he became more talkative and began to chat to us about life in Morocco. He explained to us that Morocco today is very much a free society with liberal attitudes toward civil rights, religious choices and more happily for us, that many young people enjoyed alcohol. He also added that he enjoyed drinking - which ...
... Poppies provide the red dye; henna the orange dye, saffron is yellow, mint gives green, the brown from cedar wood and the blue from the indigo plant, the same that is used in blue denim jeans. Nevertheless the guys must cover themselves in oil and not work for more than 10 hours before washing off thoroughly or they will remain stained! All for a handbag! No wonder I have never owned a handbag!