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... help extricate the passengers and driver, their belongings strewn like a trail of rubbish. Another hour passed, then we stopped for lunch. The rain withdrew. Farass knows what we like, so we went to a street restaurant for locals in a small town and pulled up chairs and tables on a verandah beside the main road. Bruce and Farass chose cuts of meat from hanging carcasses, Kerry and Avril ordered tea, while I struck up a conversation in simple Spanish with a guy who wandered ...
... it and make a pot or a tagine, a plate or a bowl or anything that will sell. The pot is then painted with a white glaze and left to dry for a day before they place it in an oven and bake it at 380 degrees for about 12 hours. Then they take it out and a group of highly imaginative women paint freehand beautiful and colourful Moroccan patterns on the white glazed pot. All the colours are from natural ingredients, like henna, saffron, etc. It is ...
Essaouira (Berber: Taṣṣurt, Arabic: الصوي 85;ة, as-Ṣawīra) is a city in ...
... the scenery became more arid, the further south we travelled. We came to north of Marrakech and then started heading west.
This sandy, hilly terrain is how I pictured Morocco. Lunch time was brilliant. We went tot Mechanics Alley getting egg and veg for dinner.
It is never as simple as it looks but bartering in French and Arabic is just such ...
... architecture, food etc. I found it has definitely a hippie feel to it and I found out that Jimmy Hendrix had his palace there and played at a music festival at some point. My son took a horse riding tour and saw the palace as well. Weather was pleasant for just walking around, tanning on the beach, sitting in a gelato, shopping is very plesant, not pushy at all. The horse back riding tour was the highlight for my son. We ...