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... vera. It was a good day, but not being a shopper, I would have preferred to do more sightseeing & less ...
We are staying at Riad Chayma, owned by Phil and Kerryn's niece Rochelle and her husband Rushie. This is a rebuilt Riad in the traditional style, beautifully fitted out and very luxurious, right in the Medina. Every day begins with breakfast on the roof terrace - fresh fruit, Bircher muesli, yoghurt, a different type of Moroccan pancake each day, locally made jams, freshly squeezed orange juice and omelettes. We began our week with a guided tour of the ...
A death defying motor bike ride to catch a taxi and I am finally here. At the airport right now with a sandwich and coffee in hand, two hours before my flight and waiting by the gate, you can see I'm in noooo hurry to go back. With a newly acquired itch of some kind over half of my body and mysterious bumps and a rash covering a good percentage of me, both my body and mind are telling me to go. I thought coming back from Costa Rica and experiencing what ...
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Random animals- turtles, iguana's for sale, lot's of cats running around. I even saw a cat and hawk get into it. LOL.
I am sure I am missing something off that list. It's truly an interesting place to visit. You could wander the souk for hours and not see the same thing, or on the other hand, you can feel like you are walking in circles. I imagine it's ...
At the end or our alley there is a stack of bread on the front counter of a very small market. The bread they use in Morocco is small, the size a tortilla but about one inch thick. They cost about ten cents apiece, and one piece is enough for breakfast if you stuff it full of butter and jam or ham and cheese. It is a local staple. One of my morning routines is to go out and grab a stack of these, fresh from the communal charcoal and wood-fired bread oven all of ...