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... t see the guards! There was a massive amount of shouting from across the courtyard and from behind me, as they screamed at me to put down the camera. I thought I was a goner! I imagined being sold into a harem and I'd be gone forever. Well know, what can I say about Fes. Well you must look at the photos and then add, donkey poop plus the smell, camel heads, plus the smell of blood, leather tanning, plus the smell of pee and pigeon ...
... through a very, very basic food market that I would have loved to photograph but did not think I could without appearing offensive. Actually it's probably better for you that I didn't. If you have been to Siem Reap market, start there, then imagine something about 20 times more basic that includes the bottom half of animal legs with the skin still on and you'll be getting close to the ...
... road. After a couple of hard landings we learned however how to negotiate such obstacles with this car: speed. When taken with enough speed, you pretty much fly over the bumps and holes without hitting anything. Of course this causes more stress on your suspension and tires, but we're quite confident both will hold. Our new technique came too late however for the exhaust: seems we already gave it another hole judging by the very ...
... the $15 for the day. The most interesting thing I found between here and Marrakech was it seems as though Fez is more of a really working city and not just a place for tourist. The tanneries are a big business here and you see hides being carried by the donkeys and mules all through the narrow little streets. Tourists seem to be a second industry. ...
We have been going everywhere getting these visas, but now we have all we can get at the moment
We took a break from embassies and went off to Fes, to see a set of Roman ruins, (Volubilis) well to my untrained eye, it looked a wreck, and just a pile of jumbled stones, a few pillars still standing, but not really much of note. But it was built about 3 BC, because of the fertile ...