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Double bed at last!
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Thursday, February 5 Well the dinner experience was fabulous! Our bus took us to one of the gates of the casbah. Inside the walls the streets were teeming with people. They were shopping at the small and large souks, eating or buying food. This was definitely where the action was. It was interesting, fun and a great photo op. We then walked to another area and went into an old home, which was our restaurant. OMG! Just gorgeous! A lute player was playing and ...
Yesterday we visited Medina the oldest part of Fes's three areas.
Hukama, was our local guide. We started our adventure at The famous Royal Palace Gates. A massive structure where the doors are made of Bronze. Beautiful.
We made our way to the Medina, one of the most extensive and best conserved historic towns of the Arab-Muslim world. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Centres. It is a labyrinth of streets.....a 1000 streets to be exact! Thank god for ...
... best we have come across!
The next morning, we met our guide at 10am outside our Riad for a guided tour (free aside from Tips!). It was a great but long day, finishing at nearly 7pm! We visited Koranic schools, peeked inside Mosques and walked the maze-like streets of old Fez. Buildings dated from 245AD to the 'new parts' 1400AD. It would have been impossible to navigate without someone who knew where they were going. Our guide was great, always able to ...
... get so fat without any kind of disorder. She would not eat anything local or from the street but I could see she was obsessed with eating. When my host finally convinced her to eat a local soup, she did and put an extra couple of spoons of salt in it; 'Oh I love salt so much,' she said. Yes, I can see that. People often say about fat people: 'But she has beautiful eyes?' Could be, but that is only because the eyes are the ...