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 …
... was cold and miserable up on the terraces of an old fortified home, but the view intrigued us; the Old City was captured within a fortress wall and threatened to either explode through or spill over the walls. It is not a large area, but houses hundreds of thousand of people. We would be plunging into that chaos after a short... sigh... shopping stop.
My fingers were prised from the bus' door frame and I was dragged into the pottery shop. ...
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... 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! ...
... like an eternity - to be honest, I checked out the height to see if it is going to be tough to jump, if the camel continued to play rogue. If push came to shove, I could literally take the plunge, there was sand below of course, so I would just get away with some comic shock value). Anyway, he told me that the camel was hungry for his breakfast, which he is given only at the village after the tourist is dropped. So when he saw Mustafa gone for a few minutes, he just did not ...