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... exceptionally delicious meal and cost about $10 for tea, coke and tagine for the 3 of us. When then walked back to the start and caught a taxi back to Chefchaouen. Shortly after arriving back we said farewell to Mette as she was moving on to Fez that afternoon, but after a bit of relaxing on the rooftop of our hostel Julie and I went off to find the waterfall that's supposed to be nearby, either we didn't find it, or we did and it wasn't so obvious but either way we decided we'd ...
... 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 ...
... as the bus thunders past and he points to somewhere vague in the distance. We run (jog, more like!) down the road to where the bus is now standing much to the amusement of driver, conductor and most of the passengers. So glad we have provided their morning entertainment and thank god it was all downhill. We pay our 14 Dirham (just over £1) and find a free seat at the back of the bus. I can't seem to get my legs in so Ian takes the window ...
... shop to escape back into the alley-ways.
The last night in Fex we all decided to go out to our first group dinner. Tim and I were tasked with finding a reasonable restaurant as we were getting out of one of our cooking nights. We managed to find a traditional place (Dar Sidi Idir) which would prepare a variety of local dishes (tagines and couscous) for 80DH per head which was reasonable. Dinner was very nice but the pricey drinks ...
... pop 68000) up in the low Atlas Mtn. Again we went to the markets where there was plenty of fresh fruit so we enjoyed peaches and cherries as this village was the cherry capital. We have been trying to learn the Moroccan Arabic language. In a restaurant we tried out skills and the waiter said, "You want roast chicken?" another time Al replied in Moroccan and the waiter said " What! " think we will give up and stick to ...