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... rice, and traditional Moroccan desert. I was satisfied as I drifted off to sleep.
The next day, we woke, ate breakfast, and waited an hour for this boy who thought the wake-up time was an hour later than it was. Which was annoying. However, our tour guides entertained us on the bus while we waited.
The first place we went was to ride the camel's on the beach. It was unfortunately like a 2 minute ride because we had 50 people to ...
... It sounded good, and it was close by, so we started to head out.
And there was the guy that brought us there. Ugggh. The carpet guy told him to take us there. I was thoroughly annoyed. The restaurant was just down the street. We got seated and saw a couple that had also been at the carpet store. Another couple was there as well.
We ordered Salade Variee and mint tea. Hunter thought the guy was still waiting for us. I was going ...
... 2) Lalla Aisha Mubarka
3) Lalla Umm al-Iz at-Taba [Umelez Ettaba]
4) Lalla Bilqis5) Khnata bent Bakkar
6) Lalla Halima as-Sufianiya [Hazezas]
7) a lady from the al-Taligiyya clan
8) Lalla Alwa
9) Mrs. Shaw, an Irishwoman
In order to intimidate rivals, Ismail ordered that his city walls be adorned with 10,000 heads of slain enemies. He would bring in prisoners captured by Barbary Pirates ...
... injectors or something - we are talking diesel here - and vans - and I know squat all on either!
We switched the engine off, waited and switched it on again - works for computers! It worked! Next time it happened was 4 days later, as we drifted down towards Bosnia's exit border. Good job the border post was on a downhill or we may have had to push it through - engine light on and limited acceleration. We still thought poor ...
... been rebuilt. Moulay Ismail's mausoleum was next, at the gates to the Medina. His stature as one of Morocco's greatest rulers means that non-Muslims are allowed into the sanctuary, although we were not allowed to approach the tomb itself. From here it was a quick stroll into the medina, where we went to witness some traditional handicrafts being crafted in one of the shops. I had a bit of fun haggling with a gentleman to buy a metal teapot, managed to ...