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... hadn't eaten all day so a fellow at the hotel took me to a very unassuming "Snack Shop" and I had some of the best food I have had in Morocco! I ordered the chicken plate really not knowing what I would get and some rice. My plate arrived and it was a wonderful presentation. There was about 1/4" of tomato sauce covering the plate and around the edge were bite size pieces of marinated chicken. In the ...
... where by coincidence it turned the owner was also in charge of the previous hostel we had stayed at in Fez. He invited us to have some of a huge couscous platter he was eating and despite having eaten a few minutes before we couldn't turn down free food and tucked in. By the time we headed off to catch our coach we felt suitably stuffed and ready for long overnight trip to the ...
... educated, own business, serve as politicians, etc. It was a very informative conversation, and easy to see why Morocco is known as one of the most moderate Muslim countries in the world.
It was a really beautiful and interesting day, and we were very happy to enjoy our comfortable bed at 11pm that evening!
The next morning, we enjoyed a great buffet breakfast, with lots of fruit, especially one of Scot’s very favorite treats — ...
... are the smaller abodes of numerous sparrows that flit about. In flight these predators circle miles above the bickering of the rest of the birds, a lazy observation of the futile, short and brutish lives of those that are beneath them.
Finally a walk through a medina that involved a stop at a store specialising in silver inlay. More fascinating to me was the responses of the various group members. Some; most obviously Lauren, Grant, and me, rolled our eyes at ...
... smile and move on.
We have just reached Casablanca. Lots of people getting in and out. Sounds like a very exotic and romantic place, 'Casablanca', but we've decided to give it a miss in favour of Marrakech.
3. Hunting for tanneries - Morocco is famous for its leather and within the medina you can see the entire life cycle of leather. All the way from the smell of raw animal skin to leather bags hanging from shops. One of the steps in ...