Au Sanglier Qui Fume
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- Swimming pool
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... restaurant in the new city. The was built by the French in 1912 just after they took over Morocco. It is a beautiful older building not in the Art Deco style but rather well preserved early colonial, one of the only ones remaining. We had gazpacho, mushroom and salmon and green bean salad, tagine of shrimp and monkfish, leg of lamb, and seared salmon. Everything was excellent, as was evidenced by the clean plates at the end of our ...
... what was inside. We went for a long walk in the 'souk', or covered market. It is gigantic with many side alleys and col because very little sun gets in. The shops were very well stocked with clothes, furnishings, fabrics, metalwork and leather goods, and the many many workshops were very busy creating what was for sale. One could easily get lost in the warren of alleys here just like in the rest of the medina. We also visited a medersa, or Koranic ...
... for salvageable material while new loads were being dumped alongside side him. No helmets or safety shoes. He appeared to be an 'official' worker. We ducked under makeshift scaffolding, ladders and poles as we walked through the streets. No attempt had been made to cordon off the construction area. We have often seen welding without protection and smoking in flammable areas. Similarly, in various monuments we have seen small, ...
Had nothing really planned for today apart from a cooking class over lunch and booking a train ticket. Chilled by the pool all morning which was nice and then headed up to make lunch at 12.30 with the hostel cooking group. On the menu was one meal - chicken tagine Which is one of their traditional clay cooked meal basically like a slow cooker. Class was cute, lots of spices, veges, chicken, ...
Today was off road at its finest. We drove through villages out of Indiana jones people brushing up against the motorcycle and touching and feeling us. We had to get fuel from a guy who fills 5 liter water jugs with gas then we put it in using a self made funnel. We road up a mountain side and back down with the most aggressive terrain I have ever seen. Rocks, gravel, mud, and river crossings. By far the most amazing experience of our ...