Dar El Assafir
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... he didn’t have government approval, so the project was abandoned. We finally reached a bitumen road & a town where we were picked up by our minibus again. We continued on & had a really nice tagine with meat & fruit for lunch at a town we passed through. We passed through country where we saw a lot of argan trees & saw goats up in the trees eating the nuts. They are endemic to the Sous Valley in south-western Morocco. The trees live for 150 ...
... It felt so good. Especially after all of the walking we have been doing. It was so worth doing and it was a great way to experience part of their culture. Anyway after we took a taxi to the airport and flew to milan. The people sitting next to Janine were rude and talked super loud and kept bumping into her. In Milan we slept on the floor of the airport and then took a bus to the train station. Then we slept on the train to get to Venice. Such a long night of ...
... artery, tiny tea glasses in bright colours, shiny silver teapots and trays laid out of every conceivable shape and design. We stopped to admire an ornate set of glasses in various rainbow hues, the sunlight shining through them like stage lights. Since we hadn't really done any shopping (ahem!) up to this point, we decided that we could squeeze such a tea set in, and set about haggling fiercely. We halved the original asking price, and walked away the proud owners of a ...
... classrooms, if you don't remember the days when the word abuse wasn't associated with slaps in the classroom for everything then let me jog your memory, that's a good ol slap to the arm or back, pull to the ear, or yank on the clothes. Things are a lot more forceful here not just when you get out of hand but when the teacher is attempting to get the kids in a line for a game, she literally grabs them like toy pieces and shoves them into line so aggressively one or ...
... and some large colourful headphones. So, for a far from exhaustive list of things one could find if so inclined within the very loose confines of Djemaa el-Fna: Orange juice
Tarot card readers
Snake charmers (and agitated snakes, of course)
Monkeys (hissing and snatching hilariously, at least until they hit the end of their thick chains)