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... of mint as a defence, the tannery. Yes, it is stinky, but the vats of dye and men working at them is worth the scent. I've seen many iconic photos of this.. Or the tannery in marakesh, perhaps. We have a great vantage point from a terrace inside a large store, so obviously, the next thing to do is shop. The number and variety of babouch, pointed slippers, is staggering. I spy what looks like pet beds, hanging from ...
... bath house), which sounds like it was quite the cultural experience. The hamman was only open for women when we visited, so I couldn't join her. Sounds like they give you a bucket to fill up with cold and hot water, and you bring along soap and a scrub to clean yourself. A nice lady took pity on Dorothy (who was soap and scrub-less) and gave her a hamman 101 experience, plus a good scrubbing. While waiting for Dorothy I walked in circles around the medina. At ...
... peace and quiet to talk amongst ourselves versus the Spanish idea of loud and busy cafes. Two different places that do things two different ways.
As we continued our adventures in Morocco we of course had to visit the Medina. This old marketplace was definitely one of the highlights of the trip and was overwhelming at the same time. The tight alleys and intertwining streets give even a local a challenging time navigating their way through. Never the less it was ...
... the thread is a 100% vegetable blend of extracted Aloe Vera filaments. The product has been sought for its quality, strength and beauty since millennia, and similarly the process to produce the silk has not changed for centuries. Once the cactus plant is collected, the long spiky leaves are crushed, the mixture washed and hammered, then soaked in water to separate the fibres from the filaments. The fibres are then spun and woven to make "silk thread" which ...
... in Western Sahara but the situation remains undecided. Today, relations remain strained between Morocco and Algeria, Spain, and other Arab Maghreb Union nations of Libya, Mauritania and Tunisia over sovereignty of Western Sahara.
King Hassan II is succeeded by his son Mohammed VI. A popular and more liberal leader, Mohammed VI enacts reforms to modernise the country and improve the human rights of the peoples of Morocco. Morocco retains ...