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Yet another early morning (some holiday!) as we wanted to make sure we had some breakfast before meeting up with Abdul at 8am. The breakfast was certainly better than that in the desert, with fresh orange juice and some nice croissants. We decided to stop in briefly at the movie museum in town, as the price didn't seem that extortionate. Apparently …
We took two advil in addition to the natural exhaustion the night before to make sure we were well rested, which meant that we didn't get up until almost noon, and didn't leave until about 1:30pm. Aarathi decided she'd had enough of the faux vegetarian meals and so brandishing her lonely planet decided we were going to hit a place from there, …
... big broth of liquified animal fat'. The delight didn't end with the first course (the 'meat'). We then had to endure the 'vegetables' (read: carrots, cabbage and chick peas') that were stewed in the same foul liquid that the meat was cooked in; and finishing up with the (wait for it) 'soup' which was the left-over broth /fatty liquid that the previous two courses of foulness were cooked in. Michele vomited. Not your finest culinary moment, Spain!! (Estorga, Spain) 21. We ...
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The christmas holidays to 2010, I went to Marrakech and I visited diferent places, the first was:
The Place Jemaa el Fna is a central square at entrance to market in Marrakech. You can buy all types of things, from backpacks to dentures, snakes or anything else. Also, you can find a lot of types of food. The most popular is cuscus with spicy ingredients. There you can eat with fork and knife, but the tradition is ...
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