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... us through the city for our final day in Morocco. We felt like royalty and waved to each other as the horses clipped and clapped their way through the provincial capital. We stopped off to visit a palace a large square for, what else...snake charmers. Our afternoon free, we relaxed at the pool and then cleaned up for our farewell dinner.
Mark pulled out all stops and took us to one of the nicest restaurants in the city. The restaurant was located ...
... also have interesting raisins and almonds in the preparation. Sometimes raisins or prunes turned up in the tajine, though the effect rarely matched my fantasy. We had seven-hour slow-roasted lamb occasionally and once even tried camel. As you may have observed, this is not a country for vegetarians.
Which got me thinking about the ecological interconnections of the meat economy. This country's early history is tied to trade and the caravans. Even today in ...
... mean it is safe to cross! We found some food & flower markets and had a lovely wander around these, and the fish stalls were amazing...especially the oysters which were HUGE... Of course I had to try one, and it would have to have been the freshest and tastiest oyster I have ever eaten!! However the turtles for sale were slightly off putting (sorry Sammy!) as I don't think they were for sale as pets! We wandered through the old Medina sharing a kebab for ...
... to clear the empty plates as soon as we had finished, provide us with fresh cutlery or keep us topped up with water. He was tall and had a very prominent jaw line. He reminded me of a clean shaven version of Desperate Dan from the Dandy comic book. He had a slight overbite that made his dimpled chin stick out ever so slightly. I was going to look him straight in the eyes and say: ‘Of all the chin joints in all the world…’ but I don’t know if it ...
... than I can count.
Casablanca is the economic and business center of Morocco, but Rabat is the capital. As a business center, Casablanca is really not a big tourist draw. Mostly tourists end up going to Fez, Tangiers, or Marrakech.
Moroccans are very kind a generous people. They want you to be happy and comfortable and, refreshingly, they actually really like Americans!
I stated the morning by going to the Souk in the Old Medina. In the souk you ...