Riad Al Pacha
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... the opportunity to stroll and shop alongside the local farming families, in town to collect supplies and conduct business negotiations. Donkeys and mules weaving in and out of cars and motorbikes along with groups of people sitting under the shade of trees no doubt catching up on the latest gossip. It was raw and it was true, what we saw was life as it is and it was a lovely experience.
Throughout Morocco we have found everyone so ...
... in a month! Another good day in Morocco and another step closer to re-entering Spain!
... like an eternity - to be honest, I checked out the height to see if it is going to be tough to jump, if the camel continued to play rogue. If push came to shove, I could literally take the plunge, there was sand below of course, so I would just get away with some comic shock value). Anyway, he told me that the camel was hungry for his breakfast, which he is given only at the village after the tourist is dropped. So when he saw Mustafa gone for a few minutes, he just did not ...
... dying vats in a very particular order: yellow, red, blue, green, black The dyes are made from natural products including tumeric, red poppy, indigo, mint and antimony. It was completely fascinating.
After watching the work in the tanneries, I spent some time looking at a variety of leather goods, made a couple purchases and off we set for the Kairaouine Mosque, which was founded in 859 AD and serves as the spiritual center for Morocco. The mosque's location was ...
... the cannon sounded, immediately followed by the call to prayer, so we were still moving through the streets when people started breaking the fast. Any group that we passed asked us to join them, despite the fact that they clearly didn't have enough food to feed us all. It was really moving. It was great seeing these people so refreshed with their food and water. The streets seemed to come back to life while we were walking.
And continued walking. And walked a ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRiad Al Pacha Fes
A great Riad, looks beautiful with the most amazing view over Fes on the terrace.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.