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... lunch”, which was afterwards we (of course) stopped somewhere for mint tea, and across the street from us was a cart filled with all kinds of new and exotic sweets. So I got our guide to help me pick some out, but he turned out to be no help because he just described them all as having flour, sugar and almond. But ...
... are not allowed to enter the University. It is not a religious decision but a political one decided by France. A cooperative for the ethical sale of genuine carpets is an educational stop. It has been set up to prevent the exploitation of women. There is clearly a hope you will buy while they explain the difference between Berber and traditional carpet, kilim and other woven carpets. Bruce and I had agreed that we wouldn't buy a carpet. I think most of what we see isn't ...
... reminded me of Khartoum and Kampala markets. After lunch we arrived at the 2 century AD Roman city of Volubis! This place was so impressive. A whole city in the ruins of the flat land next tot he Riff mountains.
We spent a couple of hours enjoying the arches, columns, walls, mosaics etc... The complex was so huge I could have stayed there all day but eventually, we had to ...
... and Berber entertainers so it should be interesting.
Info from Sue:
Bull fighting in Spain is still very popular. However, from next
year in Catalonia in Spain and the Canary Isles, it will be banned.
More will most likely follow suit.
60% of of the population of Morocco are Berbers. 25% are Arabs and
15% are black Africans. All are Muslim.
The languages are the 3 Berber languages, Arabic and French.
Almost 2/3 ...
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Double bed at last!
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