Dar Al Andalous
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... co travellers aren't real good at keeping good time. We then went to the gates to the royal palace which were really quite gorgeous. We had 2 guides again which was great as our English guide was able to give us heaps of information. When we were leaving we saw soldiers, including the guards in their red, green and white outfits, all arriving & extra police on duty & this was because the king was coming to the palace, which was very exciting ...
... documentary. We viewed it from above which gave us some really nice photos but they'd taken the opportunity to make this into a big leather store. Lunch was very similar to the dinner last night. The place an a really cool terrace on the roof though it wasn't in use while we were there. We headed to a carpet store next - which admittedly was in an ...
... but watching men trudge about in that filth is a little soul destroying.
We opted out of lunch. Not due to the scenes we had just witnessed, but because we had been taken to another pricey restaurant. Instead we settled on a chick pea baguette from a stall tucked into a corner. Vegetarian definitely seemed like the safest option after seeing camels' heads hanging from hooks in the butcher stalls. Camel was delicious, but the flies coating ...
So...I can now say that I have been to AFRICA! My friends and I boarded our RyanAir flight early in the morning yesterday and landed in Fez, Morocco after a really two hour flight. Once we converted our euros to durams (their currency), and went through customs to get our passport stamped we were greeted by a man from our hostel who we had scheduled to pick us up and take us to our hostel. Our hostel is only about a 10 minute ...
... and let Aziz go. I did manage to get back in time to the Riad for a FaceTime with my better half.
They do some serious film making here
The next day meant a by now familiar Marocain breakfast and then hop into the car for the 90 km ride into Ourzazate (pronounced as ‘War-za-zat’). The claim to fame for this town, meaning ‘noiselessly’ in Arabic, is that it has two supposedly world class film studies - the CLA and the Atlas Studios. ...