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At last we dont hit the road unitl 9:00 - "luxury", Today it is sightseeiing around Fes.
First stop is the Kings Palace (he has 7 palaces in different cities). An 80 HA block largely built upon in the city. Apparently owned and maintained by the council for the King. It is the largest in the country. The king has been monarch for 15 years …
... hour trip back home to Salamanca. The next few days were a whirl-wind as I had my final class of the program, said goodbye to my friends, and moved houses.
Now it's just Laura, Chelsea, Nick and I in Salamanca for the next month. Another group arrived today that I guess we are technically a part of but nothing will ever be the same as our first group (AMAZING SUMMER 2)!!
Ciao for now. Blogs are tough work.
... all looking forward to our coming tours and - anyway, things just had to improve.
Mohammed was marginally happier too, although having a conversation to start with was a bit like pulling teeth. We told him that we always wrote blogs on our trips, hoping that this may improve relations a little but I doubt it made any impression. Our conversations about our friend Madeleine we had met in Manali, India and her friend and his partner Danielle did ...
... were the Medina's moving vans and they were everywhere.
Next, we wandered around the back side of the Kairaouine Mosque past the Kairaouine Library that dates to the 9th century and on to Place Saffarine where metal workers hammered on extremely large metal pans (copper and iron), pots and assorted utensils. The din of the workers hammering the metal into pans, pots and other kitchen items began as something interesting and ended with me wanting to get ...
... 200 dirham more per scarf than the rest of us. From the loomery, we made our way to the metal-working region of the Medina. The amount of detail that goes into just one plate is ridiculous. It can take up to a month to finish one of the big ones. Insane. And the detail is so tiny that I feel like those craftsmen most go blind super early in life, but I guess they think it's worth it, so more power to them.
Once we had finished with Aziz, we took a stroll through ...