Travel Blogs from Fes
I've been saving all my money just to take you there
I smell the garden in your hair
Take the train from Casablanca going south
Blowing smoke rings from the corner of my mouth
Coloured cottons hang in the air,
Charming cobras in the square
Stripped djellebas we can wear at home
Well let me hear …
... couldn't carry anything...could we just give him a tip. "Give it to me now, before we go down", he said. He clearly didn't want anyone to see.
... the way..Meknes, done in the style of Versailles - big agricultural area - Very fertile looking - no snow! We saw olive trees, almond trees, cork trees,etc...a beautiful drive. We went to the Roman ruins - Volubulis - which were amazing! and met a family from NY.....now we are in Fes at a beautiful Riad ( hotel ) charming and very nice. Tomorrow we go into the Medina of Fes and really explore. Hope all is well with all of you! ...
... of Ait Ben Haddou - quite a good scene seeing these guys racing around this area.
At the restaurant at dinner time, I asked for a beer on the side, which interesting enough, came in the little Red Bull type size. Not even half pint I’m sure. But that was Moroccon, or as they call it, Marocain, beer tasted and done with.
Morning it was soon enough and coffee / breakfast on the “terrase panoramique” (as they call it everywhere in Morocco ...
... However, the palace in Fes surpasses all that we have seen so far. We journey on to the Medina - a complete contrast in every way. The Medina has 9,600 streets, most barely more than six feet wide. Divided into two groups so that we don't get lost, we are confronted with a maze of alleyways, with a cacophony of sound all around. The traffic consists of tourists, donkeys loaded with ...