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... tell, there were no dates on them only the newer graves and they were made of marble, no idea who they were , it was either Arabic or Jewish on the stones
Then we went off to see the Kings guard, he was home today, we could tell, by the red uniform on show, considering he was there, the guard didn’t seem very many of them or very interested, and it ...
... him to go to the mosque for prayers.
The traditional Moroccan restaurant Khlafa left us at looked very pleasant; beautifully decorated and with great atmosphere. We had learnt from the evening before that restaurant waiters in Fes are very tourist savvy and those at this restaurant were no different. Speaking excellent English, they insisted that we order a set three course meal which included pre-meal salads, breads and a huge tagine followed by ...
... alleyways to our accommodation. With a cigarette firmly clenched between her lips, she shouts back to us through her thick dry vocal chords, "Rester à droite!" We cling to the wall as motorbikes, donkey carts, bicycles and crowds jostle for space. The next day begins with a visit to the furan at the end of the street. The enticing smell of freshly baked bread leads us on a short walk to the wood burning communal oven, just two steps down from the street ...
... set from two brothers as this is very much part of Moroccan culture. So for those reading this, be prepared to be served tea from our new Moroccan tea set, as it's going to be flipping heavy (expensive) to post back.
From Fez, Chefchaouen is about 5 hours on a local bus. For a few years there, Morocco was officially named the single biggest supplier of hashish with most of it from around Chefchaouen. Finding this out the day before arriving here I ...
... they expected us up for breakfast so early, as while we were still eating the young man reappeared with bags of oranges. They are going to get a real shock tomorrow then, we need breakfast by 7.30!!!
We had decided to walk to the tannery and were on our way by 9.30 to beat not only the heat but also the smell. Apparently the hotter it is, the more it smells! Shortly after entering the Medina we were approached by a young man who asked if we wanted him ...