Riad Haj Palace
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... at petrol stations and Todd would jog around the parking lot just to warm up. Charley Birman stopped at one with us and asked what Todd was doing. I said warming his legs and charley replied, that is why everyone hates Americans. Jokingly of course. It was funny. When we finally got to the hotel, we jumped into the shower to warm up, separately of course, and all ...
... stuff that isn’t really worth selling, but full credit, they do try
Donkeys and cats seem to be everywhere down here, they are everywhere, the whole place is very clean though, no piles of rubbish anywhere
I have uploaded a couple of videos, I hope you will take the time to watch them, they aren’t very long, but it gives you an idea of what I saw, better than just a photo
... due to our exceptional tour leader; Said. His passion for his country, his wonderful sense of humour, his ability to manage all the differing personalities and needs of the group and the knowledge he shared with us was simply brilliant.
We had heard all sorts of snippets about Fes, most of them pertaining to chaos and the frenzy of the medina. We arrived in the early evening and made our way along the laneways to our Riad. To walk ...
... or far western China. The small cafes and stalls were packed with local people. In Morocco, it seemed any time was a good time for eating.
Mohammed pulled his car over to the side of the high road to view Sidi Enchahed, a magnificent lake nestled in rolling hills and flanked by arid mountains. The scenery around Sidi Enchahed was fantastic, the mountains glowing almost gold in the late hot afternoon sun. Nomads had set up make shift roadside ...
... and next to that was the hospital and what do they always have at hospitals......taxis!!