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... cool, and added a bit of atmosphere. We ordered our food, and most of the group got camel burgers! The food was very nice, and I got a nice iced mint tea, and Darren got a warm sweet almond milk. There were more prayers while we were there, and some people got some desserts too. We all had a good chat, and at one stage Abdul was telling us about the laws around polygamy in the Muslim culture. We learnt that you are allowed to have up to four wives, as long as you get written ...
We rise late though why we would want to stay in bed is a mystery, it is like sleeping on a brick. We can honestly say its the worst bed we've ever slept on sober. Ian sleeps on regardless though he is not snoring so perhaps I will take him back to the herbalist shop today. I catch up on email.
We enjoy breakfast on the patio of our guest house. Ian now has his head buried in a book - the only one in English in the guest house library. I suppose ...
... satellite dishes over every roof. Take the satellite dishes away and we may well have been seeing the Fes skyline circa 1012!
Fes is one of Morocco's most traditional cities and is considered the spiritual and cultural centre of the country. Founded shortly after the Arabs overran much of North Africa and Spain in the late 8th century, the city has seen several great dynasties come and go in its 1200-year history. Originally a modest Berber town, it was ...