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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 …
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We offered the young english couple from Manchester (dromedary companions) a lift to Erfoud and received a resounding Yes - from there they could catch a bus to Fez; ...
... washed and seated at the wine bar of our hotel drinking a glass of red and debriefing the whole drama. We were most annoyed about the fact that we had lost out on a night at the hotel (110€ wasted) and a whole day in Tangier, but also at the absolute indifference of the staff at the airport. Had the other passengers not chucked it and stormed the gate I think we could have sat there for much longer. Oh, and when we arrived in Tangier the weather was fine.
... small canals and there is not a single piece of land untouched.
... point, and he was being a bit stern. No idea what it was about but the men definitely rule the land around here. She was nice though as she smiled at me cos I was smiling at her daughter and saying hello. The godfather man got off at Casablanca as did the German boy. The woman then moved down and the man on the end was playing a game wi her and creeping up with his hand then grabbing her hand, she was laughing and loved it, she then was toddling around and went out into the corridor, ...