Riad Chouia Chouia
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... the leather was to be real. I first off had a massive heated argument with a shop keeper because I did what he asked. He started at a price around 800 durham which was absolutely ridiculous, he then asked for my starting price. I intelligently said 100 and he said I was insulting him and that my price was ridiculous. I politely pointed out that I was just matching the utter ridiculousness of his initial offer. A few sarcastic insults were exchanged and then I ...
... on, we navigated the pulsing streets and followed our maps and the occasional signpost to the Maison du Photographie. A former house in a back street, the wide, airy rooms have been converted into galleries showcasing the history of early photography in Morocco. Although not considered part of the Grand Tour in the late 19th and early 20th century, the country still attracted intrepid explorers keen to visit this outpost of Europe, an exotic location shrouded in mystery. At ...
Off to Marrakech today via Ouarzazate. We will be exploring the Taourirt Kasbah where the original lords lived and controlled access to the High Atlas Mountains. Next to the Kasbah is a former Berber village. We are having lunch at Ouarzazate which was a former garrison town of the French Foreign legion, it's at 1160 m above sea level. The Atlas film studios are here. Films made here include: The Mummy Jewel of the Nile Gladiator Lawrence of Arabia Queen of ...
So this week was my last week at school which meant that I had to start saying goodbye to all of the amazing friends I have made while I've been over here. I was able to get a photo with every class after my last lesson, except my sport classes.
Tomorrow I leave on the Round Square Camp so I won't be on all week. I get back on Friday but don't think I will be able to post anything because I will need to finish packing before leaving for Casa Blanca on the Saturday morning.
... avoid them, then sat on a bench in full viewof the mosque.
As we walked on we found a pond and I ate a dried date we bought the night before, a boy came up and kept saying in french 'mange' & gesturing to his stomach we understood he wanted our food, but we acted naive and said we didn't understand.
Visting the salon de the on the edge of the square with a fresh smoothie & moroccan pastries. We saw a ...