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... us in for tea and we were both gifted some pretty rocks. It was lovely to sit down with him and share some tea and chat. On the way out I was accosted by a henna lady who grabbed my arm and was not letting go and just started going with the henna and then attempted to tell me that my unwanted henna assault should cost €30, clearly she did not receive that. Marrakech is fun and lively, but it would be nice to go 5 minutes without someone harassing you or trying to ...
... the progress and they had put a backing layer on the previously refined leather. The backing made the leather a cardboard box wrapped in leather rather than something smooth and elegant. The shop keeper politely refunded my deposit rather than trying again. He will be able to put that purse in his store with other inventory.
We reserved 1st class window seats on the bus/train combo to the former Capital of Meknes, for the 3rd.
... to the wall to shoof and shop. John found a large hand knit cap, large enough to hide his dread locks in, that is if he had any dread locks. We could have really helped the economy of Essaouira and bought all kinds of things but our suitcases are pretty full and heavy now. Time for some gelato (which was pretty good!) and shooffing on the square before we had to meet the bus. Essaouira is a very charming little seaside village and we ...
... carpets in the clear rushing streams, with some carpets just laid out in the bed of the stream to rinse are an absorbing site - such an ancient practice in a modern age - while the men, women and children out with the flocks of sheep and goats shepherding both to food and away from crops show some of the toughness of village life.
We wind and wind and wind round, through, up and down the High Atlas until ...
... 8221;. These are cakes laced with hashish, which is readily available throughout Morocco but still illegal. It is amusing that it is at times more difficult to find alcohol than drugs; I would think that hallucinatory drugs are just as forbidden as alcohol under Islam! Maybe a well-informed Muslim can correct me on this…
We also had a fun meal at nearby fish stalls selling the local catch of the day where you choose your fish/ocean delicacy and pay by the pound. It is a ...