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Double bed at last!
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... were immediately accosted by a group of men who wanted desperately to introduce us to the taxi drivers lined up thirty feet away, for a small fee of course. Sarah obviously wasn't having it, but they wouldn't take no for an answer and followed us all the way to the street. We finally get everyone into a taxi, without the help of the generous men who walked us there and ask our driver to turn on the meter. He sort of brushes it off and says that the ride will be 30 dirham. We ...
... Casablanca film but it looked expensive and dead so i didn’t bother. A quick orange juice at the cafe outside the hotel and some supplies for the train were all i had when i left. The taxi ride to the train station was an interesting affair. First of all i had to put my rucksack on the roof basket with no straps, then i found out i was sharing the cab with someone else. Although quite strange, but very cheap compared to Marrakech and still as fun ...
With over 40,000 dead ends, one really needs a local guide when exploring the medina of Fes. We met ours this morning who showed us the Royal Palace which had an entry gate with 7 doors. Our group of 7 travellers attempted a photo with each of us in a door, which we almost managed. I suppose we could also have been 7 dwarfs (height is not a reference) or later it occurred to me, the Von Trapp children lol.
Our guide also showed us a currency machine that looks like an ...
... all the way to Casablanca and it was a good 3 n a half hours. The view outside was crazy, basically desert, but then you'd see some animals and you think how the frickin are they alive!!!! Then u'd see a track road and a random man walking down it, where is going where has he been???? Random little buildings in the middle of the desert land and little wells for water that you could see farmers using. Really relaxing view, better than the view as you leave new street station and ...