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... spectacular and really fascinating. The unfortunate thing about the trip was that our driver was not authorised to be our guide so was only able to drive us to the place. So I jumped on the end of an Australian your group from time to time. The temperature was well above 40 degrees but with only whisky clouds above it made for a really special setting that I really enjoyed. After about an hour of walking around I headed back to the van and met up with the ...
... not idle self-indulgence. Oh no, we have been engaged in serious research for the Lepages corporation in the physical sciences, while applying our findings to the social sciences of family theory and childhood therapy. This is what we have discovered: Marrakshi street hustlers have mastered the secret of how to attach themselves to you and bond so strongly you simply cannot detach. Turn down a side street? - they will follow you down. Duck into a store? - they will ...
... frequented by men so it was quite strange to be the only females. We sat ourselves outside in the shade and watched the show that is the cars navigating the roundabout with no road rules. Then it was off to the Medina with our private guide, Abdul. Oh my, what an assault to the senses! The open air market had us all in awe but the main food section was really something to behold. In the meat section they were cleaning cow heads and hooves, rabbits were being cleaned ...
... sugared. The prices were good like other places in Meknes, but I think you also don't get as much there. I'm not so sure I'd recommend it.
After lunch, we walked around a little bit more, into some areas we hadn't been before. Then we were tired, so we went back to the Riad for some rest and to get out of the heat. We took a nap and set the alarm so we wouldn't overdo it.
We got up and went to the terrace, all the way to the top. ...
... them for ransom in his 60000 capacity subterranean prison. (see fordors.com this time) There are many cruel stories attributed to that Sultan.
Next to the stables was the Agdal Basin, a man made lake fed by a complex system of irrigation channels some 25 kms long. Water was used for the gardens and pleasure of the Sultan.
We made a little loop and ended up riding ...