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... comfortable in Marrakesh, as I understand it is much more of a Tourist Center.
BOLIVIA IS NO LONGER KARYN’S LEAST FAVORITE PLACE.
... point, but we decided the mini cabs were the way to go. Two of us got in the front cab which was a driver and his 'friend' in the front seat. Slightly odd. The other two got in the second cab, and the restaurant security guard (or something) jumped in the front, apparently to make sure we all got where we were going. Interesting times. Travelling in a women-only group definitely does have its challenges here.
... relative calm and peacefulness of the countryside in southern Spain to the chaos that is morocco. We're staying just outside the medina in a budget hotel. The medina is in the old city in fes, where no cars are allowed and the primary form of transport of goods is by donkey. It has 10k houses and feels a bit like what I imagined a favela to be. The roads are narrow so you get bumped into a fair bit. Also when a donkey lugging a refrigerator comes your way, you gotta ...
... started to walk back.
My dad realised that we need to walk down some more and there we were in the medina.
We walked around and I found myself a luck charm that is only found in Morocco.
We took a taxi back because we were to tired to walk back.
But are taxi driver took us to the wrong train station.
So we took another taxi to the right one and we headed home.
We chilled and ate pastries for ...
... egg seller's shop took our eye. Khlafa asked us if we could guess what it was used for. We had no idea. Apparently, in the sardine can tiny shop, there is no rear access so that the vendors have to use the ring to swing themselves over the counter and into little stall. Looking at the elderly and rather frail looking shop vendor I was not all that sure that Khlafa was not joking with us.
Our wanders took us in a downward fashion and into ...