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... out the pressures and reasons that over 80% would emigrate on short notice. But they headed to Israel, to France, to Montreal. There are about 6000 Jews in Morocco today - most in Casablanca. And, around the country, an abandoned infrastructure of locked synagogues, weed-filled cemeteries and pilgrimage shrines to Jewish holy men.
But we were *************ly visitors to Jewish Morocco. On the day we visited the well-maintained synagogue in the Mellah (the ...
Today was my last wondering around day in Morocco. I have not really gotten very many, but I have been lucky enough to see the real Morocco. Our driver took us out to his village on the way home from work the other day. There were animals everywhere!
I have gone to the souk several time and am getting used to the way they treat foreigners there. You usually get picked up by someone who wants you ...
... Landscape (people altering or using their environment to their advantage-- CH 2) of the Berbers.(Moroccan Heritage & People) I saw gardens and hotels that were very beautiful and tranquilizing but the people were quite frantic. I witnessed superb bartering skills from seasoned locals who adamantly protested for a “fairer” price and ended up paying less than half of the seller’s initial price. ...
... at Melbourne airport, finally our turn. Thank goodness, as we were now getting short of time between the flights. Vince hands over our passports and the exit cards that he had painstakingly filled out...............in GREEN INK!!! Wrong!!! Must be black or blue ink. What idiot left that job to a colour blind man??. Oh yeah.......that's right........it was me. Note to self - check what colour blind man is up to at all times. ...
... let me explore the clocktower, old walls, some of the new section with modern art sculptures, the old section with little stalls stretching on and on, and a food market. I shopped a little for the few presents I hadn't yet bought but didn't find much, especially not in comparison to Marrakech or Fes. I did buy an easy dinner from a man cooking Moroccan yiros-style takeaways and took it back to my room and stayed in the hotel for the rest of the night. ...