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... 10 minutes long as our cabs raced through the empty streets, apparently vying with each other for which would arrive first. We arrived and were dropped off at the Bab Boujeloud, or Blue Gate, which is one of the main entrances into the medina.
A medina is the old Arab or non-European quarter of a North African town. It is usually one of the oldest parts of the city and the streets are normally narrow and windy. The medina in Fes (aka "Fes el Bali") is a ...
... fact a city that has a lot of poor people and we did not feel safe. Back on board it was nice to be back within the secure environment that the ship provides. That night the show in the theatre was an illusionist. He was very good and we really enjoyed it. Then there was a party on the pool deck. Di and I even had a boogie. For all those wondering yes we can still dance. The party was really fantastic, we had a great time. Finally it was off to bed. It had been a interesting ...
... drive.Overnight in Marrakech.
Day 10: Exploring- Marrakech
After breakfast in the Riad , you can
start exploring Marrakech ” the red city of Morocco”. Your guide will
ensure that you see the most important places of historical and cultural
interest, including the Saadien tombs; the Palaces of El Bahia and El
Badi and the Ben Youssef Coranique School. Lunch is at a restaurant
near the square, then ...
... and yet simplicity of the third largest mosque in the world is most impressive. Leaving the mosque as a mere reflection in the rear view mirror we continued along the Corniche before heading north to the Moroccan capital of Rabat, we soon realised that Casablanca doesn’t provide the true essence of Morocco.
Highlights of Casablanca:
- Strolling and dining along the corniche
- Guided tour of the Mosque of Hassan II
... well and was entertaining and informative. We didn't buy any of the products as had visions of being on the next 'Border Security' tv programme . It didn't stop the other nationalities! They were buying up . We then had time to walk around the markets and the bustling Jamae el-Fina Square. This old marketplace in the city's medina quarter is usually teeming with life, but because we were visiting on the Sabbath it was not so busy, but as we were leaving a lot of ...