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... archaeological site in Morrocco, which sits in the middle of a fertile plain. Declared a world Unesco Heritage site in 1997, it features many beautiful mosaics preserved in situ and at its peak housed up to 20,000 people. Volubilis’ most impressive monuments are the triumphal arch, the capitol baths and the basilica built in the 2nd and 3rd centuries. After deforestation of the area the Romans introduced wheat which ...
... of the way. The bus stopped by the railway station & it was close to what
appeared to be a tidal river. I walked along the river to the sea & right
around the horseshoe shaped bay. It had a sandy beach & appeared to be a
good place for a swim. I caught the bus & train back to Bilbao & walked
around the old part of the city.
On May 9th
I caught a train from Bilbao to Madrid. It took me hours trying to find my ...
... during the 1930's. I also read they continue to paint all the walls and doors blue because they believe this repels mosquitoes.
We did very little exploring here as Karyn is still not ...
... sweet red sherry cream, Katie and I thought was so delicious that we went straight to buy 2 bottles. After a taxi, two buses, a ferry, a private van and 7 hours later we were in Africa! More specifically Chefchaouen, Morocco. As we were driving through the streets of the city, we were unsure about what we would find as some of the areas looked pretty poor. But when we stepped through the gates to our accommodation we were all blown away ...
... We were no different, although I tell myself I'm a superior breed because I actually live in Morocco. Unfortunately none of the meals I ate were great, and I was missing Mama Aicha's cooking back in Rabat. However that was the only strike against this otherwise incredible place, which quickly became my favorite city in Morocco. While walking around I was attracted by a sign above a shop that read 'Berber crafts; learn about Berber methods; no ...