Golden Tulip Farah Khouribga
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... to pouring it in the glass to ensure it is properly aerated.
After the souk, we headed to the HASSAN II Mosque. This is a relatively new mosque (finished in 1993) and they claim it is the 3rd largest in the world (Wikipedia says it is the 7th). Its minaret is the world’s tallest, though. To give you an idea of just big it is, 105,000 people can gather here. Non-Muslims are allowed inside at 4 specific times during the day for 45 ...
... second floor (with balconies that looked into the great room), and one room on the third floor. Above the third floor was an outdoor terrace, overlooking the thousands of other houses and rooftops of the medina.
My sister and I were shown to our room on the second floor. It had two twin beds and a bathroom en suite, and was simply and elegantly decorated. We showered and were in bed by midnight, so thrilled to be able to actually lay down and get some sleep after a nearly 24 hour ...
... was a good idea. The mausoleum was relatively new but built on the site of an C 11 mosque ( which was never finished). The tower still stands even when most of the rest of the country was flattened by a huge earthquake in 1755 (which started in Portugal apparently). The horse guards change every 1.5 hours as do the soldiers outside the tomb. Some things seem universal. One of the weirdest things was seeing these women at the entrance to the fortress with 20 ...
... by how clean this area was considering its function. I felt perfectly comfortable choosing my route as erratically as possible. The alleys were packed with kids engaged in the usual forms of play, social ostracism and random acts of cruelty. Small trucks and carts had been carefully navigated into the depths of this maze and fruit and vegetables were being probed for defects by stern eyed Moroccan ladies. Each piece of bread being sold was subjected to a barrage of finger ...
... is under the age of 35. It was a three and half hour drive to Marrakech so after the city of Casablanca we were driving through farming land, agriculture and observed some fairly old time farming methods. There are still lots of traditional farms, where the houses and farm buildings are built out of stone and clay, built enclosed by walls and their land is around them. We saw lots of groups of about 10-15 sheep, goats with one person watching the animals ...