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... the many venders. I saw and purchased beautiful glasses, trinkets and small rugs that were all appealing to my eyes.(Moroccan Souks) The Berbers had pharmacies that had more differences to contrasts than parallels to draw from the ones I have seen back in The United States. Instead of using chemicals to treat illnesses I saw natural herbs derived from their surroundings to heal the people, this is a great example of ...
... 10 minutes long as our cabs raced through the empty streets, apparently vying with each other for which would arrive first. We arrived and were dropped off at the Bab Boujeloud, or Blue Gate, which is one of the main entrances into the medina.
A medina is the old Arab or non-European quarter of a North African town. It is usually one of the oldest parts of the city and the streets are normally narrow and windy. The medina in Fes (aka "Fes el Bali") is a ...
... gates of the port it felt very 3rd world and everything was chaotic. We first went to a food market that was mainly seafood. There were diseased cats running around everywhere and the place stank. Then there were the tortoises in the market. These are evidently sold as pets but I am not so convinced. Then it was on to the huge mosque. Evidently it is the only mosque in the world that non Muslims can enter. Our tour guide showed us how they preyed and explained ...
With a day to explore Casablanca we headed over to the medina and enjoyed a stroll around making our way through the narrow cobbled streets to the port where we caught a Petit Taxi (little red car) to the corniche (ocean front). Dropped at the far end we then strolled back, eventually all the way to our hotel, the perfect activity after our flight. Walking along the promenade it was nice to see the melting pot of cultures going ...
... of green trees coming down the canyon. There's a panorama in the photos of it. Once we got to Erfoud we had about an hour to sort ourselves out before it was time to head out in the jeeps to do some 4x4 driving through the Sahara and have a camel ride. It took about an hour and a half to get out there but we passed through a rural town so our guide and 4x4 driver could give out some chocolate bars to the kids there. It was so cute to see them all come running out to the car ...