Riad El Yacout
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What a great day! We're all much poorer but we had a great time spending our money.
Hamid had arranged a local guide for us to spend the day with, so promptly at 9:30 Hassan arrived to start our tour of the medina. He was a young modern Muslim man with a great sense of humour and did a wonderful job helping us to spend our money today. The …
Awoke this morning to the sound of raindrops outside our window and unfortunately kept hearing them all day. It never got particularly heavy but was just enough to be annoying.
Started our day with a walk around Chefchaoeun. Lovely to see it in the daylight even with a bit of drizzle. We meandered through the square and up into the back …
... were amazing to see. There were men in the various vats up to their thighs in water working with animal skins. These jobs are passed on through generations. Caleb spent his time in the store looking at the leather goods as he did not like the smell one bit. Our feet were getting tired and after almost 4 hours we were ready to get back to the riad and relax = take a nap. Up next was venturing out and getting some food from the market ourselves. We ...
... and forested areas. Moroccan drivers are pretty crazy, and it seems like many people ignore traffic rules, which made for an exciting drive. There were roundabouts at most corners (shout out to Bird Rock!) and I didn't see any traffic light on the 1.5 hour drive. I did see a lot of animals- sheep herds crossing the road; chickens, cows and donkeys in people's front yards; cats roaming the streets; dogs with or without owners; and even a little turtle that ...
... to the 14th century; then had a very pleasant dinner as guests of a local family in their apartment. We were told that in the medina when we heard "ballad" to get out of the way because a donkey was coming through, happened lots. During dinner, Alan told his story of Punch and Judy, in French, to one of our hosts who recently had a baby, think something went a little amiss as ...