Sogatour Moulay Yacoub
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... extended families live in them. Many have been converted into guest houses. Our riad was home to a Jewish family that were silver jewelry designers and merchants. In 1956, when Morocco became independent from France, many Jewish families left to emigrate to Israel. They didn't feel safe. The family that owned this riad sold it to a friend in the same business. As many as 31 family members lived here at one time. The courtyard ...
... songs. We washed our hands with ceremonial pitcher and bowl and were served delicious food! The first course was 5 different vegetables prepared with wonderful spices. Next we had a fabulous dish of beef, prunes, apricots and toasted almonds. Dessert was layers of very thin paper like dough, with custard, cinnamon, honey and other favors. Finally we had almond cookies. Washed down with delicious mint tea. It was a feast for the eyes and stomach!! On ...
... 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. ...
... on the moon. If it ends tonight there will be two days of feasting which everyone is looking forward to. For us, we have another beautiful tangine for dinner, with beautiful dips and bread. We have both really been enjoying the food here, but haven't been eating during the day out of respect for our driver, but when the sun goes down, we are into ...
... footie. It is m last night in Morocco so i wanted to treat myself a bit so i watched the footie with a couple more beers at the bar then left, just as it was beginning to get a bit busier. Now i am back at the Riad writing on the sun terrace by a solitary light listening and watching the dozens of cats fighting. I have a bit of sorting out to do, and checking for drugs placed in my rucksack which i am paranoid about for some reason! Last chance to take some night pics as ...