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... all he wanted doing was the mo!! Anyway 10 euro (100 dirhams) later Sean was all good. Had a late snack for lunch I thought I should try the sardine kefta (minced sardine balls) in a tomato type sauce!! Definitely not to Sean's liking quite strong taste and smell! Unfortunately didn't really agree with me either literally repeated on me all evening!! So hopefully nothing too ...
... deeper into them then I had ever been before, when we thought we’d found the end, we found another small alley which turned into even more shops and stalls we hadn’t seen before. It was nice to have some girly time just the 3 of us.
Tonight Rachid had organised a homeless party to feed the registered homeless people and have fun. Firstly they sat down to eat, and then we did – which was so uncomfortable eating in front ...
... orange beard came over to us as we were about to leave and got the boys and girls to separate. He began to preach to us in Arabic and apparently, according to my translators, he was saying that boys and girls shouldn't be hanging around with each other and that we should remain separated. This was something we laughed about all the way back to the bus. All in all it was a very interesting experience, and something very unique to Marrakech.
... from, what do you do, very nice family etc., all questions designed to determine how much I could afford to pay.
"You know how much Moroccan governmet give me for my kids? 200D per month for each (that's about $23). You get much more than that in the US!"
Wow, I had no idea. "they charge me for kids in US. Why do you think I only have two? I need plate for them to share!"
Him-"plate marked with price on back - see? 500D!
Me - "were are too far apart. Bye bye shukran."
... which used to be one of the largest Islamic schools in North Africa. It is no longer in use but has been restored and preserved. The building was quite fantastic. We toured the Spartan student dormrooms, which apparently slept seven per room. The central courtyard was much more ornate, with tiled walls, arches, and other ornaments.
We took a taxi to Badi Palace. The taxi meter began at an incredibly cheap 1.60 dirhams (20 cents) and the fare was ...