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... to the city of Fes. Much of the population was transferred to the new town of Moulay Idriss Zerhoun, just 5 kilometers away from Volubilis.
The remains of Volubilis remained essentially intact until they were devastated by an earthquake in the mid 18th century and - as so often happens throughout history - subsequently looted by the ruling government of Moulay Ismail seeking stone for the building of Meknes.
It was not until the late ...
Overall, it was a great way to spend our day off! I'm really enjoying getting to see different cities around Azrou. Right now we are planning our trip out of the country, since we can only stay in Morocco for 3 months at a time as non-citizens. We are considering going to Gibraltar since it is pretty close and it's one of the only other places in the world that has Barbary macaques! This trip will be in about two weeks, so look for a blog post about it ...
... small canals and there is not a single piece of land untouched.
... quite a different experience but it also felt rather indulgent. Once dried and clothed again, she started to blow dry my hair but soon realized that was not the best idea with my hair as it started fluffing about out all over the place.
What better way to spend a rainy afternoon! I left the spa feeling completely relaxed and rejuvenated and ready to head back to the medina for our 'Imperial Dinner’.
Walking into ...
... insisted in a friendly way to take us to a tannery that he showed us from the rooftop. It looked exotic and we allowed him to take us there.
Touts: "My friend, Tannery? Tannery?"
We heard this line at least 100 times a day! Okay, maybe not exactly that many times but it felt like it! You see if a Moroccan brought a tourist to the Fez tannery they would receive a comission off of anything the tourist bought. That is why so many people ...