Dar Al Andalous
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... 14th century. There are 9,000 alleyways, 320 mosques, 270 Koranic schools, 35 synagogues and a half million people living in the Fez medina today. Our first stop was the King's Palace which has fabulous doors. There are seven doors made of beautifully carved cedar wood and covered in bronze. The bronze is cleaned with lemon juice! Next we went to the Jewish section (Mellah). The Jews came to Fez in the time of the Spanish ...
... easy place somewhere, but since I was bound and determined to see parts of Morocco that would be difficult to travel to, I booked in with a Geckos tour. I have a love/hate relationship with tours, but this one would mean I didn't have to research and book accommodation and transportation or navigate my way through an unfamiliar country with an unfamiliar culture. I would have the added bonus of making connections with people I might otherwise not ...
... followed by a silver then silk shop.All in all it was an OK day, myself and the other guys were well over the shopping by the end though the girls made the most of every opportunity. If it'd been an hour of two shorter I think the whole thing would have been a lot more pleasant. It didn't help that I wasn't remotely interested in buying anything I saw ...
... day was upon us. We were dropped just through one of the few gates into the Medina.
We worked our way deeper into the fractal complexity of repeatedly forking nameless alleys. The riads (a multi-storey house built around a central courtyard) hemmed us in, even from above. They expanded with each additional storey making it impossible to tell where one house began or ended. The lack of a size reference combined with monotonous plain ...
... of a freshly murdered chook, barrow boys selling avocados....medina sights!