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... people directions, answering questions and just generally making his old Fes a little friendlier place. At about 10:30, I had a flash of brilliance and solved my shipping issue in way I thought was the most economical way. Forgo my 8:00 bus, head up to the station early to get an 11:00 ticket and take of any mailing while I'm in Fes Nouveau. Who knows if it will actually ...
... and the local markets. Now that was something to see! Animals for sale, donkeys, sheep, chickens etc. after spending some time there we went and had morning tea with a local family. Again this was quite an experience as you will see from the photos. On the way back to town we stopped to give those who wanted an opportunity for a camel ride. We gave it a miss! In the afternoon we went to a "pharmacy" where they made creams to fix the wrinkles (too late for ...
... Today we traveled through two of them. We passed the King's actual home, but we're not allowed to take pictures of it. Beautiful location, it is good to be the King. We could see the horse training area. Then we saw the cork forest area. We stopped to have an up close view of the cork tree. Morocco is a green country. This year they have had more than enough rain. We had rain yesterday but then it cleared. Red truffle s grow here, but they are not the ...
... shop, a sort of blanket, come run, furniture covering, they come in all shapes and sizes and of course prices, even though it weren’t a rug shop, it was pretty much the same, everything came out was spun o9n the floor, they told us how good the quality was, that Berbers had made them with various wools, from various animals, sheep, donkey camel and if we bought something we would be keeping the ...
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The first thing I took note of upon entering our hosts apartment, and something that was common among all the apartments we entered on our trip to Morocco, was the shear amount of couches. In Morocco you literally have your couches custom made to take up every square inch of space along your walls. The living rooms are the most of the space in your apartment and in our host’s case, she had enough seating for 30 people. This idea of bringing so ...