Hotel El Yacouta
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... boards, no taxi stand, nothing. With much gesturing and broken English, we manage to communicate to the two boys that we need to get to the port to catch a ferry. Taxis are going past frequently, but oh no, those taxis can not take us to the port?????? Some old guy pulls up in a beaten up car and asks the boys if we need a ride. He offers to take us to the port for 300 dirhrams. We know it is about thirty kilometers away and offer 200. He refuses ...
... shorn only every three years! That's why their wool is worth far more than a sheeps
* The Jewish population in Morocco exceeded 250,000 at one point but then in the 50s to 70s most of them emigrated to Israel or the US (including the American sisters we went camel trekking with)
* The founder of Fes was a descendent of Mohammad (GGGG grandson or something) This makes the city a fairly important pilgrimmage point for ...
... have the chance.
I really need to keep up the pace today, but I can’t hike this stretch in the summer without taking a swim, and this is my chance to leave my stuff with someone… so I leave my belongings with the friendly tagine shop owner and head for the water for a very refreshing dip. There’s a real family atmosphere, and it’s nice to see headscarf wearing ladies enjoying the water as well—fully clothed. Many times ...