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The Berber town of Azrou is a market centre at the junction of the roads to Fez, Meknes, Midelt and Khenifra, deep in the Middle Atlas it has sweeping views of cedar and pine forests. Our campsite was in an ancient, cherry orchard its trees bursting with fruit, to which we could help ourselves but typically we’d just bought a half kilo down the road. Barbery Apes live in the cedar forests and compared to the Gibraltar apes these (two to ...
On May 7th, I flew from Paris to Bilbao in
Spain. After checking in at my hostel, I walked around town & it is quite a
nice place. One of the major attractions in Bilbao is the Guggenheim Museum.
It's a very modern building & the art housed there is quite modern &
abstract too. Being someone who doesn’t have a lot of appreciation for art,
except for Australian landscapes, it wasn’t really my thing, but interesting ...
... and contains narrow streets, fountains, palaces and mosques. Many medinas are car-free as there is not enough space in the alleyways for cars to pass. The medina in Chefchaounen is built on the side of ...
... interesting to see how they still do everything the traditional way and have done ever since they started back at the start of the 1800's. Then we caught a little train on wheels which took us to various stops, including where they store the wine, where they store and age the brandy and where they store, mix and age the sherry all in American oak barrels. We found it interesting that when they store the lower alcohol sherry they only 90% ...
... with many stories to tell and talked the night away while listening to the nocturnal sounds of the Medina from a rooftop terrace.