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... out of 15 games, I threw the last game, my feet were freezing , so I just grabbed a coffee and went to bed
We were off to Fes today, glad to say the sides of the truck stayed down, it was cold and everyone just sort of dozed in the back, we stopped for a few camera shots and pee breaks, some of the scenery was pretty good
We rolled in to a camp ground in Fes, the ...
... hands gave away his daily profession; he was one of the tanners and explained that the day before the colour he was dyeing was a deep cobalt blue.
Our guide was excellent, explaining the tanning process in detail but was not at all backward in confessing to the considerable health issues faced by the employees dealing directly with toxic ammonia and heavy metal chromium solutions. The Tanneries may have boasted the use of the organic vegetable dyes ...
... was established by a woman even though women weren't allowed to attend. The attached Mosque can hold 20,000 worshippers. Lunch was nice, the salad was 6 different dished. My main was mixed kebab skewers and delicious. Desert was fruit salad consisting of whole bananas, apples and oranges. Back into the markets and Cath bought a lovely cashmere shawl. Her bargaining skills came to the fore and negotiated the price down from 750 to 500 dirhams. It was a very interesting ...
... fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Everything seemed fine at first but obviously the camp owner gets a commission off city guides! He asked us which day we were going to visit Fez and that he would organise a guide for our protection! We said that we didn't want a guide which seemed to agitate him and he asked us to come and sit down in his office, whereupon ...
The area we drive through today is very fertile, producing a wide variety of crops including onions, chick peas, olives, wine, corn and maize, to name a few. On arrival in Meknes, we tour the ancient battlements of the old Medina. This extensive area, including the lake outside the walls is slowly being restored with assistance from UNESCO. Tourism is evident here, as testified by several imperial horse-drawn carriages ...